UPDATE 1-Mercedes-Benz, dealers may have broken competition rules-OFT

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(Adds details) LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - Britain's consumer watchdog on Thursday said that German automaker Mercedes-Benz and five UK dealers of its trucks and vans may have broken competition law by co-operating illegally. The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) issued a provisional finding alleging that the Mercedes-Benz unit of German automotive group Daimler AG and five UK auto dealers were involved in price-fixing and the sharing of commercially sensitive information between 2007 and ...

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