Toyota Motor Corp.’s Canadian unit is being investigated because its Internet-based Access Toyota retail website may have violated price-fixing laws, say reports. The Canadian Competition Bureau says it has received complaints that the system sets prices that cannot be negotiated. A Toyota Canada Inc. spokesman says the system was thoroughly checked before it was launched to make sure it didn’t violate the Competition Act. Access Toyota is meant to give consumers guaranteed prices on ...

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