The aftermarket-conduct agreement between engine-maker CFM International and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) codifies an opaque set of guidelines that, absent clear understanding by airlines and suppliers, contributed to what the association charged was an anti-competitive marketplace. Simply getting the policies down on paper, rather than any substantive changes they represent, may be the deal’s most significant outcome. The pact, announced July 31, saw CFM publish ...

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