* Probe includes local and foreign companies * Charges relate to price-fixing and information-sharing (Adds details, background) By Thomas Grove ISTANBUL, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Turkey's Competition Board said on Wednesday it had opened an investigation into 19 of the country's largest auto companies, including foreign firms, for alleged price-fixing since 2006. The board said the companies, which belong to one of Turkey's strategic sectors, had been sharing targets, stock information ...
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