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Continental to Increase Tire Prices 5 Percent

April 11, 2007

BURLINGTON, MA – Continental Tire North America Inc. will raise its consumer tire prices 5 percent effective May 1. The increase applies to its Continental, General, and private brand tires, according to Modern Tire Dealer. The company previously had announced a 5 percent increase in its Continental and General medium truck tires, also effective May 1.
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