NEW YORK — Merchants remain opposed to a proposed settlement of credit-card interchange fee litigation that was given preliminary approval by a judge here on Friday. “The proposed settlement … is opposed by a majority of the named plaintiffs on the grounds that it will continue to allow the credit card industry to take advantage of merchants and their customers while blocking competition and choice,” said the National Grocers Association in announcing a press ...
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