Bloomberg – 7/23/13: Canada’s Competition Tribunal dismissed a case against MasterCard Inc. (MA) and Visa Inc. (V) that would have allowed merchants to reject some high-fee credit cards or impose surcharges on customers who use them. The tribunal said the case brought by Canada’s competition watchdog was dismissed without costs in a ruling from Ottawa today. Some of the reasons for the decision are confidential, the tribunal said.
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