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Chinese trustbusting shows anti-foreign streak

BEIJING -- China's pursuit of foreign companies suspected of breaking its antimonopoly law smacks of protectionism and may have an adverse effect on business.

     The National Development and Reform Commission has probed a dozen Japanese companies suspected of fixing prices of automotive parts, including bearings, spokesman Li Pumin said Wednesday. Chinese authorities had not yet named the companies in question.

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