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Section: Business News - Thai Airways International on October 28 protested its innocence regarding reported allegations from an Australian antitrust watchdog that it fixed air cargo prices, The Nation reports.
"As the Thai national carrier, THAI has never broken any rule in any country," said Niruj Maneepun, vice president for legal and compliance.
The issue is now the responsibility of a law firm in Australia, he said.
The court hearing on the Australian authority's charges has been set for November 29.
THAI is currently undergoing a trial on a price-fixing charge in New Zealand.
It also faces a civil lawsuit in the US by a group of …