Mercedes-Benz offices raided in price-fixing probe

By Andy Rice 16 September 2010

The British offices of car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz were raided by the Office of Fair Trading as part of a price-fixing probe among truck manufacturers. Although one person has been arrested, authorities say that they have yet to determine whether illegal activities have taken place. Investigators have requested information from truck manufacturers MAN and Scania.  Read more: Sky News, The Guardian

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