Asiana Airlines, Cargolux Airlines International and Nippon Cargo Airlines yesterday became the latest carriers to reach an agreement with the US Dept. of Justice to plead guilty to conspiring to fix air cargo prices and will pay criminal fines totaling $214 million. Asiana, which agreed to pay a $50 million fine, also will plead guilty to "carrying out [an] air passenger price-fixing conspiracy," according to DOJ. Cargolux will pay a $119 million fine and NCA will pay a $45 million penalty. ...

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