Chinese regulators' probes into foreign companies' pricing and competitiveness may squeeze the high margins those companies have grown used to in China.
By Bloomberg News|August 12, 2014 at 09:45 AM
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China’s antitrust crackdown signals a new era of regulatory scrutiny in the country and threatens to end the days when products from Audi sedans to Starbucks lattes generate fatter profits in Beijing than in London or New York.
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