UPDATE 3-Nine auto parts makers to plead guilty to U.S. price fixing


* DOJ antitrust division's largest criminal investigation * Company execs met in remote locations, used code names - DOJ * More than $5 billion in auto parts affected By Diane Bartz and David Ingram WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Nine companies based in Japan and two executives have agreed to plead guilty and to pay almost $745 million in fines for their roles in long-running conspiracies to fix the prices of auto parts sold to ...


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