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January 27, 2015

Japanese-based auto parts manufacturer Sanden Corp. agreed to plead guilty and pay a $3.2M criminal fine for its role in a conspiracy to suppress and eliminate competition for the purchase of compressors used in air conditioning systems sold to Nissan North America Inc. for installation in vehicles manufactured and sold in the US and elsewhere. Including Sanden, 33 companies have pleaded guilty for a total of more than $2.4B in fines. DOJ

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