Qantas has set aside $40 million "to cover a potential fine that may be imposed" by the US Dept. of Justice as part of the international investigation into price-fixing. The carrier previously admitted it is under investigation in multiple jurisdictions regarding "price-fixing in the air cargo market" related to surcharges. "These investigations revealed that the practice adopted by Qantas Freight and the cargo industry generally to fix and impose fuel surcharges was likely to have breached ...

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