US Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the Republican presidential candidate, last week called the proposed UPS takeover of DHL's North American air lift a "train wreck" and vowed to "do everything in my power to avert it," while two prominent senators raised antitrust concerns with the US Dept. of Justice. DHL and UPS are negotiating the final details of a proposed agreement reached in May in which the German delivery giant would shift all of its US air lift from ABX Air and Astar Air Cargo to its ...

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