China car dealers cheer regulators' drive to curb brands pricing power

China car dealers cheer regulators' drive to curb brands pricing power
An Audi car drives past the Great Hall of the People in central Beijing in this February 29, 2012 file photograph. An anti-trust probe into global auto makers is being cheered on by car dealers in China, who say that companies such as Audi and Mercedes-Benz have been exploiting their dominance to boost profits in ways that would not be tolerated in Western markets.

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