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Automakers lower prices following monopoly concerns

By Li Fangfang and Li Fusheng | China Daily | Updated: 2014-07-29 06:50

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Major international luxury car manufacturers are reducing the prices of their vehicles, parts and after-sales service under pressure from Chinese antitrust regulator's monopoly concerns.

"Cutting prices is a business act, and the government welcomes it," said Xu Kunlin, director of the Bureau of Price Supervision and Anti-Monopoly under the National Development and Reform Commission on Monday, confirming the moves of those luxury automakers came after "they were contacted".

Automakers lower prices following monopoly concerns

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