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Airline fined millions for price fixing


Japan Airlines has been fined nearly $2.3 million for price-fixing; which it is keen to pay before relisting on the Japanese stock exchange.

Blair Cunningham
Fri, 29 Jun 2012

Japan Airlines National has been fined $2.275 million for its involvement in a six-year long international fuel pricing cartel.

The airline copped the fine from Justice Chris Allan in Auckland High Court today for colluding with other airlines around the world on the cost of a fuel surcharge

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Blair Cunningham
Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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