Cargolux Airlines International reported a consolidated net loss of $47.1 million compared to a profit of $82.6 million in 2006 as it decided to provision its 2007 accounts with a $155 million charge to cover potential exposure to the antitrust proceedings initiated by the European Commission in February 2006. The loss was the carrier's first since 1993. "This provision is not to be deemed an admission of guilt of wrongdoing on the company's part but is a precautionary measure, consistent ...

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