Chinese Vitamin Makers Head to Trial for Alleged Price-Fixing
Can Chinese companies that allegedly fixed prices for U.S. customers deflect liability by saying they acted at their government's behest? Jurors may get a chance to answer that question beginning Monday, when an antitrust class action trial against a group of Chinese vitamin manufacturers opens in U.S. district court in Brooklyn.
By Jan Wolfe|February 22, 2013
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