Air New Zealand claimed yesterday that the New Zealand Commerce Commission is "grandstanding to justify its existence" after announcing plans to bring charges against ANZ and 12 other airlines relating to cargo price-fixing. ANZ General Counsel John Blair said the airline never has condoned anticompetitive conduct and has cooperated fully with NZCC's investigation, providing hundreds of thousands of documents and making many current and former employees available for interview. "Despite ...

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