Australian Court Rules Against Airlines In Price-Fixing Case

Australia’s Federal Court has upheld the claim by regulators that two major foreign airlines engaged in cargo price-fixing, overturning a previous ruling in the airlines’ favor. The latest finding means Air New Zealand and Garuda Indonesia could be liable for substantial penalties. The pair are the...

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