Charges include price-fixing of ’11 Camry components.
Parts supplier Australian Arrow and its Japanese parent Yazaki face a Jan. 10 court hearing on charges of running a cartel involving the supply of thousands of dollars’ worth of wire harnesses to Toyota Australia. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission filed a complaint in the Adelaide Registry of the Federal Court of Australia accusing the companies of engaging in cartel conduct, market sharing and price fixing. Wire harnesses are electrical systems that facilitate ...
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