MADRID – Spanish auto dealers and associations are the targets of a government price-fixing investigation. Industry officials deny any wrongdoing. Inspectors from the government’s National Competition Commission visited the offices of several auto dealers and distributors and their representative associations earlier this month, looking for information and documents regarding possible fixing of prices for cars and their maintenance. Violations of the antitrust law are ...

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