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Honda, Toyota, Nissan captives face charges of discrimination, report says

The captive finance arms of Honda, Toyota and Nissan may have to limit how much they allow dealers to increase the cost of auto loans after regulators accused the lenders of unintentional discrimination against minority consumers.  » READ

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