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Fined PS20 with PS85 costs, PS20 victim surcharge and PS150 criminal courts charge.
53 to Rs3 following the addition of the two surcharges and its burden has been shifted on the lifeline consumers.
But influential consumer groups like US Public Interest Research Group (US PIRG), Consumer Action, and the Consumers League have long supported merchant surcharging, because surcharge bans have forced merchants and their customers that pay with cash and debit cards to pay enormous hidden fees in return for all the "free" rewards credit card holders enjoy.
Lee Houghton, 36, of Faulkner Square, L8, charged with racially aggravated threatening behaviour - PS200 fine, PS100 compensation, PS20 surcharge.
Australia undertook government-mandated changes to its payments market that allowed retailers to surcharge card transactions in 2003.
At the same time, SWISS is abolishing its international surcharge on flight tickets for infants (aged under two) on all routes systemwide.
Surcharges for all domestic shipments within the United States will be reduced from USD0.
Don Chan, 41, of Rhiw'r Ddar, Taffs Well, near Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
In its decision, the Surface Transportation Board said the railroads must link the surcharges directly with the actual fuel costs for specific rail shipments.
Swiss International Air Lines boosted its fuel surcharge on long-haul flights to CHF106 ($83.
In other words, a $1,000 shipment rates a $20 fuel surcharge.
Applying a first-time energy surcharge may be a precarious decision for some, especially when available capacity rates and the threat of imports are not exactly working in foundries' favor.