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Qantas to face $200m cartel class action

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Dave Noble

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smh said:
A $200 million cartel class action will be served on Qantas and six other large international airlines today.

The case is being brought by leading law firm Maurice Blackburn Cashman and arises from an alleged global price fixing cartel in the international freight industry which is said to have started in 2000 until now.

The airlines named in the action also include Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand, JAL and British Airways.
Full story at Qantas to face $200m cartel class action - Business - Business - smh.com.au

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