The European Commission dropped an antitrust probe against the leading providers of airline insurance in Europe after the firms agreed to reform their practices to ensure more competition and transparency. "The reforms foresee inter alia greater transparency in key industry committees based in London, including one that establishes standard wordings for aviation insurance policies and clauses," the EC said in a statement. In addition, if an unforeseeable crisis resulting from war or ...

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