PARIS – British auto makers have suspended an established practice of sharing sales data, after an internal review revealed concerns the cooperation could break European Union competition laws. If the European Commission decides to formally investigate the matter, it could result in heavy fines for the industry. However, there are no signs yet that Brussels wants to take such action. U.K. automotive trade association the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) recently ...
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