BRUSSELS, July 13 (Reuters) - The European Commission confirmed on Monday it had sent a charge sheet to a number of liquid-crystal display makers for suspected price-fixing.
A spokesman for the antitrust watchdog of the 27-nation European Union said the Commission had sent the so-called statement of objections but did not name the companies involved.
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