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these okay flighted in industries reputation and may have a new twist in a move that could result in hefty fines you anti trust regulators on Friday charged Germany's big three carmakers Daimler V. W. and B. M. W. with colluding to block the rollout of the missions cleaning technology they may European competition commissioner Margaret to Vista Jeff said in the statement have broken E. U. competition rules and as a result tonight consumers the opportunity to fight because with the best available technology the charges come nearly two years off to regulate is carried out dawn raids but the comic is premises and consent collusion alleged to have occurred between two thousand and six and twenty fourteen the E. U. focus is on auto filters and so called blue systems both used to reduce harmful emissions any fines could go as high as ten percent of a company's global turnover