NEW YORK — As expected, National Grocers Association and nine other named plaintiffs in an antitrust lawsuit against credit-card companies have filed their objections to the proposed settlement with the U.S. District Court here. "The NGA Board of Directors from the outset made it crystal clear that NGA was not motivated by money damages, but reform of the collusive establishment of interchange fees and enforcement of anti-competitive rules by the credit card companies and ...

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