ACCC takes enforcement action against manufacturers of car parts for alleged cartel conduct
The latest Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) cartel enforcement action involves the institution of civil proceedings in the Federal Court in Adelaide against Japanese company Yazaki Corporation as well as its Australian subsidiary, Australian Arrow Pty Ltd. The ACCC alleges that these manufacturers of car parts, together with a competitor, engaged in cartel conduct by coordinating their quotes for the supply of wire harnesses to a global Japanese automotive manufacturer and its related entities in Australia.
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