European commission says Swedish truckmaker colluded for 14 years with five other European rivals on pricing

The Swedish truckmaker Scania, which is owned by Volkswagen, has been fined €880m (£770m) by EU antitrust regulators for price fixing.

The European commission said Scania had broken antitrust rules by colluding for 14 years with five other European truck manufacturers on truck pricing.

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