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Anti-Competitive Practices

Also known as cartels (global) and anti-trust (USA), anti-competitive practices are where businesses collude to fix prices or other terms and conditions. Some agreements are legal but usually require prior authority from the appropriate regulator.

In Australia, 14 airlines have been found to have colluded to fix prices for freight. The latest to be brought to book is Garuda Indonesia and the penalties are substantial.