Excess quota at retailers BMW Japan Corporation FTC enters the inspection September 11, 18:20
According to the Japanese Antitrust Law on the 11th, the Japanese subsidiary of the German car manufacturer “BMW” has set excessive quotas at its dealerships and if they cannot achieve it, they have to buy cars. On suspicion of a violation, I entered a corporation in Tokyo and entered an inspection.
The on-site inspection was conducted by the Japanese subsidiary of BMW, a German automobile manufacturer, BMW.
According to those concerned, “BMW” has set an excessive quota that cannot be achieved by ordinary sales activities for several dealers in Japan for several years. There is a suspicion of violating the Antimonopoly Act, which had unreasonable terms and conditions, such as letting you purchase your own.
As the overall sales volume of the domestic automobile market declined, the sales volume of imported cars exceeded 300,000 units for the second consecutive year, the highest level in 20 years, especially “Mercedes-Benz” and “Volkswagen” In addition, the three companies “BMW” are in fierce sales competition.
"BMW" commented, "It is true that we have been inspected and we will cooperate with the inspection."