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Car buyers could get compensation after claims of price fixing by shipping companies

Motorists and businesses who bought or leased a new car between October 2006 and September 2015 could be entitled to compensation, following claims that five shipping companies conspired to fix the prices they charged for transporting new cars and vans to the UK. An estimated 80 per cent of motorists who purchased a car or van during the above period may have been overcharged as a result of the cartel.

The compensation could arise due to a group legal action that has been filed to the UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) under the Consumer Rights Act. The action claims five

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Tata-owned JLR shipping parts in suitcases as supply chains in China hit by coronavirus outbreak, Auto News, ET Auto

JLR said that as a result of no operational dealerships in the region, the company's sales in China have also taken a major hit in recent weeks.
JLR reported that as a final result of no operational dealerships in the area, the firm’s income in China have also taken a key hit in new months.

Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover has flown in vehicle pieces in suitcases as the results of coronavirus choose a toll on the luxurious carmaker’s supply chains in coronavirus-hit China.

The corporation on Tuesday warned that its generation schedules in the British isles as very well as India are underneath pressure because of to its supply chains in China, identified as ‘the world’s factory’.

The virus has killed over two,000 persons in China

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