Australian competition regulators have launched court proceedings against Air New Zealand and Japan Airlines, adding them to a list of carriers they are accusing of price-fixing on certain freight operations. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) filed the complaints in federal court on May 17, and an initial hearing has been scheduled for June 10. The ACCC is seeking “declarations, injunctive relief, pecuniary penalties, and costs.” According to the ACCC, the ...
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