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Australia: ACCC fines airlines for price-fixing in flying meat to overseas troops

 |  December 13, 2012

Singapore Airlines and Malaysian Airlines will be fined by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, according to the antirust body, for price-fixing costs of flying meat products from Australia to troops in the Middle East. Singapore Airlines was fined $12.32 million and Malaysian Airlines was fined $11.8 million. In response, Singapore Airlines said the price-fixing occurred from one individual and not airline policy.

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