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Airlines reap millions from fare hikes after ducking EU CO2 law

LONDON, June 28 (Reuters Point Carbon) - Six major airlines may have pocketed up to $32 million after they hiked fares in response to an EU law forcing them to pay for their carbon emissions, from which they were later exempted, an aviation analyst said on Friday.

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