Saturday, December 27, 2014   

Audi says will 'accept penalty' in China anti-monopoly probe
(08-11 19:22)

German luxury car brand Audi will accept punishment from Chinese authorities for breaching anti-monopoly laws, it said Monday.
An investigation by Chinese authorities found that an Audi dealer network had "violated national anti-monopoly laws'', the brand's China arm said in a statement, adding the Audi joint venture involved had "closely cooperated with the investigation and will accept a penalty''. --AFP   
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