The European Commission on Friday issued charges against at least five airlines "concerning their alleged participation in a cartel in the provision of airfreight services in violation of EU rules on restrictive practices." While the EC said only that it had issued formal statements of objections against "a number of companies," public confirmations of charges were released by British Airways, Japan Airlines, Air France KLM, SAS Group and Cargolux. The charges relate to the multinational ...

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