The price of crude oil has dropped 41 percent since January of last year.
But many companies including airlines and couriers, continue to pay extra charges for fuel. These charges are mainly targeted at the transportation industry, with companies setting their own limits. The main purpose of them is to cover the cost of moving goods around, but consumer groups want companies to benefit from the low fuel costs like regular consumers.
Do you have any examples of dealing with surcharges?
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