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  • Newswire

    REFILE-China's competition watchdog has its eye on auto parts market  

    (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 anti-monopoly campaign....More
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    U.S. Charges Dropped Against Chinese Automaker in Wage Dispute  

    China's BYD says the California Labor Commissioner has dropped allegations it failed to pay five Chinese employees temporarily working in the U.S. the mandatory $8-per-hour minimum wage....More
  • Dec 27, 2013
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    NADA Tries to Stay Positive 5

    The so-called dealer-reserve or dealer-markup system ducks a bullet. But the gun isn’t empty....More
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    Australia Fines Japan Auto-Parts Maker Jtekt in Global Antitrust Probe  

    Australia's $1.9 million fine against the supplier follows its agreement to pay a $103.3 million penalty in the U.S. and another $4.9 million in a Canadian case, while a European Union investigation is under way....More
  • Newswire

    Takata Fined $71.3 million in Seatbelt Price-Fixing Case  

    CEO Shigehisa Takada faces a 30% pay cut following the supplier's agreement to settle U.S. antitrust charges over price-fixing of seatbelts sold to OEMs....More
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    New York Judge Quashes City's "Taxi of Tomorrow" Deal With Nissan  

    Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Shlomo Hagler ruled the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission overstepped its authority by giving Nissan an exclusive $11 billion contract to supply Nissan NV200 all-electric vehicles for a uniform taxi fleet....More
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    Local Automakers Face Cost Pressure from China's Lemon Law  

    Low-volume domestic automakers with less-stringent quality controls could be most vulnerable to the tougher regulations....More
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