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Daimler's Mercedes-Benz unit said it is cooperating with China's anti-monopoly authorities over an investigation into unspecified matters, after local Chinese media said the automaker's Shanghai office had been raided.

"We confirm that we are assisting the authorities in their investigation," Mercedes said in a statement.

Nine officials from the National Development and Reform Commission's anti-monopoly department visited the Shanghai offices of Mercedes on Tuesday without an appointment and questioned staff, Jiemian, a media outlet affiliated to Shanghai United Media Group, reported today. The publication said the team interviewed many senior executives and confiscated computers as part of an investigation



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