The General Court of the European Union has annulled the European Commission’s cargo cartel ruling, canceling €790 million ($868 million) in fines levied against the industry. The airlines were alleged to have coordinated their fuel and security surcharges on air-freight shipments, as well as freight forwarder commissions on those fees. However, in its Dec. 16 ruling, the General Court of the European Union overruled the Commission’s original judgment, claiming it was ...

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