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Auto megadeals headed for slow lane under Clinton or Trump

By Sam Weisberg For radically different reasons, international megadeals will become increasingly difficult in the automotive space no matter who wins the US presidential race. Large deals across different sectors have already come under heavy antitrust scrutiny during President Barack Obama’s administration—a scrutiny that Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is expected to continue.
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