British Airways pleaded guilty in Canadian Federal Court to " fixing surcharges on the sale and supply of international air cargo exported on certain routes from Canada" in 2002-06 and agreed to pay a C$4.5 million ($4.1 million) fine, the country's Competition Bureau announced. Canada now has recovered more than C$14.6 million from BA, Air France, KLM, Martinair and Qantas, and its "investigation into the alleged conduct of other air cargo carriers continues," it said.

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