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EU antitrust chief fines VW, BMW €875 mln for restricting competition in emission cleaning

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Daimler, BMW Volkswagen Group have breached European Union’s antitrust rules by colluding on technical development in the area of nitrogen oxide cleaning, the EU’s antitrust chief  Margrethe Vestager said on July 8, imposing a fine of €875 million. Daimler was not fined, as it revealed the existence of the cartel to the Commission, the EU Commission said, adding that all parties acknowledged their involvement in the cartel and agreed to settle the case.

“Today, the Commission took a decision …

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