Freightliner LLC reportedly files a lawsuit against General Motors Corp., accusing it of engaging in what the heavy-duty truck division calls "predatory and discriminatory" practices on transmission sales. In the lawsuit, Freightliner, a unit of DaimlerChrysler AG, claims GM’s Allison Transmission division is monopolizing the truck sector’s transmission market, which includes diesel-fueled buses, recreational vehicles and walk-in vans, and is squeezing out competitors. The lawsuit ...

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