South Korea targets Japanese carriers

SOUTH Korea is the latest country to target international cargo operators for alleged price-fixing.The Korean Fair Trade Commission has warned three Japanese airlines – All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan Airlines (JAL), and Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) – of its suspicions but has yet to decide whether to press charges against them or not.Neither the commission nor any of the airlines have yet to release or confirm any details of the allegations. All three airlines have said that they will examine the commission’s findings, and all four parties will meet for talks, before making any further announcements.

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