(Corrects dateline to Feb 19) SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Feb 19 (Reuters) - China's monopolies regulator has been collecting evidence of possible anti-competitive behaviour in the country's auto parts market, it said on Wednesday. Foreign carmakers were accused by Chinese state television in December of charging customers more for repairs in China than in other markets, leading to suggestions that the auto parts sector could be the next target for the country's ...
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