The Australian Competition and Consumer Authority lodges a cross-appeal in relation to a judgment of the Federal Court ordering penalties for attempt to enter into anti-competitive arrangements with three international airlines (Flight Centre)

ACCC cross-appeals penalty judgment against Flight Centre* The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has on 8 May 2014 lodged a cross-appeal in relation to a penalty judgment of the Federal Court on 28 March 2014 ordering Flight Centre Limited (Flight Centre) to pay penalties totalling $11M for repeatedly attempting to enter into anti-competitive arrangements with three

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition and Consumer Authority lodges a cross-appeal in relation to a judgment of the Federal Court ordering penalties for attempt to enter into anti-competitive arrangements with three international airlines (Flight Centre), 8 May 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin Judicial review, Art. N° 66357

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