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US: Airlines could face antitrust case on capacity

The US Justice Department is unlikely to bring an antitrust action against US airlines after finding little evidence the carriers coordinated to raise fares...

Spain: No immediate plans to sell more shares in Aena

Spain has no immediate plans to sell shares in majority state-owned airport operator Aena, Public Works Minister Inigo de la Serna said on Tuesday,...
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The Airlines Industry, Concentration and Allegations of Collusion

By Paula W. Render - In 1978, when Congress deregulated the airline industry, there were 10 airlines that provided scheduled national and international service, and those 10 accounted...

SEP-09(1)

In this issue: Antitrust & Transportation   Don Baker, Bill Mullins, Sep 15, 2009 Railroad Antitrust Reform - A Train to Nowhere? Will the removal of the few antitrust exemptions...
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Sectoral Study on Competition on the Airline Passenger Transport in Latin...

Aldo Gonzalez, Jun 24, 2013 Sectoral Study on Competition on the Airline Passenger Transport in Latin America - Aldo Gonzalez (University of Chile)   This sectoral study...

Reform of the EU Merger Regulation: Looking Out for the Minority

Killian Kehoe, Christian Riis-Madsen, Sophia Stephanou, Jan 10, 2012 The last few months have witnessed new episodes in the long-running litigation concerning whether or not...

Alitalia Government Interventionism, The Road to Recovery?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Giovanni Cifelli, Philippe Noguès, May 18, 2009 On December 3, 2008, the Italian competition...
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