The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accused Emirates of conspiring to fix cargo rates and fuel surcharges on international flights from 2002 to 2006 and initiated legal action aimed at imposing financial penalties on the Dubai-based carrier. EK told this website that it emphatically denied the charges and would defend itself in Australian court proceedings, which are expected to take place in Sydney next month. It becomes the ninth carrier to face ACCC charges related to cargo ...

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