Qantas last week was fined C$155,000 ($133,000) by Canada's Competition Bureau after it pleaded guilty to participating in an air cargo cartel. The guilty plea in a Canadian court is the latest consequence of the airline's admission of price fixing between 2002 and 2006. It was fined A$20 million ($15.5 million) by the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission in 2008 and $61 million by the US Dept. of Justice in 2007 for the same offences. Qantas is the fourth carrier to be convicted ...

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