Bearings manufacturer charged in international investigation.
Components maker NSK Australia is facing a federal court hearing after admitting to cartel conduct relating to the supply of ball and roller bearings for use in motor vehicles and industrial applications. The case was brought after an international investigation involving competition agencies in the U.S., Europe and Canada. Announcing the court proceedings set for Feb. 5 in Sydney, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says NSK has cooperated with the investigation and has ...
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