U.S. justices decline to hear Eaton Corp antitrust case


WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review antitrust claims that a rival brought against Eaton Corp Plc over its sales of heavy-truck transmissions. Z.F. Meritor, a joint venture of Meritor Inc indirect subsidiary Meritor Transmission Corp and Z.F. Friedrichshafen AG, says Eaton violated antitrust laws via its exclusive deals with truck manufacturers.


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