Australian Competition and Consumer Commission yesterday announced that it has "instituted proceedings" in Federal Court against Singapore Airlines Cargo, which it accused of colluding on fuel and security surcharges between 2001 and 2005 on flights to and from Australia. A hearing has been scheduled for Feb. 12. SIA Cargo will "defend allegations. . .that it, and several other airlines, have engaged in cartel conduct," a spokesperson told Reuters. "SIA Cargo is committed to competing ...

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