BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators fined five car safety equipment makers a total of 34 million euros ($40.0 million) on Wednesday for taking part in cartels to fix prices for seatbelts, airbags and steering wheels to Japanese carmakers.
The Commission, which oversees competition policy in the European Union, said it had identified that four separate cartels in which suppliers to Toyota <7203.T>, Suzuki <7269.T> and Honda <7267.T> coordinated over prices and markets and exchanged sensitive information between 2004 and 2010.
Tokai Rika <6995.T> was fined 1.8 million euros, Takata <TKTDQ.PK> 12.7 million euros, Autoliv <ALV.N> 8.1 million euros, Toyoda Gosei <7282.T> 11.3 million euros and Marutaka 156,000 euros.
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(Reporting by Philip Blenkinsop)