Northwest Airlines has agreed to plead guilty to fixing prices on air cargo shipments and pay a $38 million criminal fine, the US Dept. of Justice announced.
Northwest Airlines has agreed to plead guilty to fixing prices on air cargo shipmentsand pay a $38 million criminal fine, the US Dept. of Justice announced. According to charges filed yesterday, Northwest Airlines Cargo, which is now part of Delta Air Lines, “engaged in a conspiracy to fix the cargo rates for international air cargo shipments from at least July 2004 until at least February 2006.” Under the plea agreement, Northwest will cooperate with the ...
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