The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission instituted proceedings in federal court against Garuda Indonesia, the 10th airline now accused of "alleged price-fixing in the air cargo industry," the regulatory body said. ACCC claimed that between 2001 and 2006 Garuda "entered into arrangements or understandings" with other airlines intending to collude on fuel and security surcharges. A hearing has been set for Oct. 22 in Sydney. In a statement cited by Melbourne's Herald Sun, a Garuda ...

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