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Maxzone Canada fined $1.5 million for auto light price-fixing

 |  May 5, 2012

Maxzone Auto Parts (Canada) has pleaded guilty for its role in an international price-fixing conspiracy for aftermarket auto lights. Canada’s Competition Bureau has fined the company $1.5 million.

Maxzone Canada and its co-conspirators agreed to set prices for headlights and tail lights, which were primarily used as replacement parts. Maxzone Canada was involved in the cartel from January 2004 to September 2008.

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