The UK OFT issues a statement of objections confirming the immunity for a company in the airline fuel surcharges cartel case (Virgin)

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If Virgin Gets to Keep Its Immunity, Who is Responsible for the Collapse of the BA Trial?* This week the Office of Fair Trading announced that Virgin Atlantic would keep its immunity in the Passenger Fuel Surcharges cartel case. This is despite the criminal case against four BA executives collapsing after thousands of previously undisclosed emails from Virgin were presented to the OFT during the trial. The OFT had previously indicated that Virgin’s immunity would be reviewed following this revelation. As previously discussed on the

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  • University of East Anglia - CCP (Norwich)

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Andreas Stephan, The UK OFT issues a statement of objections confirming the immunity for a company in the airline fuel surcharges cartel case (Virgin), 8 November 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2011, Art. N° 40441

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