ARLINGTON, Va. — National Grocers Association here and Wal-Mart Stores both said last week that they oppose the settlement of antitrust litigation proposed by Visa, MasterCard and their member banks related to credit card interchange fees, increasing the possibility that the settlement will be dismissed and the case will proceed. “NGA joined the lawsuit on behalf of its independent retail grocer members over seven years ago to bring about real reform of the anticompetitive ...

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