Posted on November 23, 2011

The US department of Justice has succeeded in its prosecution of six Japanese freight forwarders, all of whom pleaded guilty to price fixing.  This means that a total of 13 freight forwarding companies from around the world have now pleaded guilty to price-fixing charges and will be paying a total of about $100 million in fines.

Allegations in the USA have led to similar charges in New Zealand, Europe and Asia.

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