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Mercedes in China price fix claims

19 August 2014 Last updated at 02:34 BST

Reports from China that the German carmaker Mercedes-Benz has been found guilty of price-fixing have given foreign businesses another reason to question whether they are being unfairly targeted by the government.

China is the world's largest car market and other brands like BMW, Audi and Chrysler have also been accused of anti-competitive behaviour.

Our Shanghai correspondent, John Sudworth, has more details.

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