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PHILIP NUSSEL

Automakers can stop supplier price-fixing now, but will they?

Auto supplier price-fixing is a global criminal epidemic that stifles fair competition, inflates the cost of components for automakers, erodes investor confidence and rips off the customer. The auto industry can make it all stop right now, but will they?  » READ
 
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