CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Nov. 17)—Continental General Tire Inc. will raise replacement market prices in the U.S. for its Continental, General and private brand passenger car and light truck tires up to 8 percent, effective Jan. 1, according to letters sent to dealers. The price hike is designed to help the company offset rising raw materials prices. Specific product line increases will be released later this year.
Conti General raising tire prices up to 8%
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