DORTMUND, Germany [FNS] -- Wal-Mart here said last week an investigation by the German Cartel Office over pricing of its private-label lines has indicated the company is not selling below cost. SN was unable to reach German authorities for comment. The cartel office had disclosed early last week that it had received a complaint -- reportedly from a rival retailer -- that Wal-Mart and four other companies were selling some private-label products below cost, which is illegal in Germany. The ...

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