Australian Competition and Consumer Commission announced it has instituted proceedings in federal court against Cathay Pacific Airways "for alleged price-fixing of air freight." CX is the eighth airline targeted by Australian authorities (ATWOnline, Feb. 11), who said that the carrier "entered into over 70 arrangements or understandings with other international air cargo carriers that had the purpose or effect of fixing the price of a fuel surcharge, a security surcharge and rates that were ...

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