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Chinese Antitrust Drive Prompts Daimler Price Cut

by WSJ Live 3:32 mins

Chinese Antitrust Drive Prompts Daimler Price Cut

by WSJ Live 3:32 mins

In response to Chinese antitrust laws, Mercedes-Benz users in the country will enjoy lower prices on spare parts from September 1st. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio speaks to Shanghai reporter Colum Murphy on Daimler’s move, which follows Audi and Jaguar.

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