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Canada: Competition Bureau reaches deal with airlines over price-sharing

 |  October 24, 2012

Canada’s Competition Bureau has formally reached an agreement between Air Canada and United Continental over concerns of price-sharing that date back to October 2010. Under the agreement, the two airlines are prohibited from sharing commercially sensitive information, including price rates, on 14 major transborder routes. The Bureau first raised concerns in June 2011.

Full Content: The Washington Post

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