Another parts supply exec snagged in antitrust probe

Nov 19, 2012 | 11:40 AM | Corinna Petry

Tags  automotive parts, anti-vibration rubber, antitrust case, Cleveland Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, Hiroshi Yoshida

CHICAGO — An executive at the Ohio subsidiary of an unnamed Japanese automotive supplier pleaded guilty Friday for his role in an alleged conspiracy to fix prices and rig bids on anti-vibration rubber parts sold in the United States and elsewhere, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

Anti-vibration rubber parts are made of rubber and metal and help to reduce engine and road vibration. ....

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