Anti-trust division investigates automakers SAO PAULO — Brazil's government plans to investigate whether collusion exists among the country's four largest automakers — Volkswagen AG, Fiat Auto SpA, General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. A spokesman for the National Federation of Automobile Dealers here says his group supports the investigation and believes it will have repercussions for the industry in other countries of the region, as well. At issue are contentions of coordinated price ...

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