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Banks are looking for some visibility on the future of credit-card fees as they expand that segment of their business.
Banks are looking for some visibility on the future of credit-card fees as they expand that segment of their business.
(Ryan Remiorz/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Future of credit card fees still up in the air

There have been boatloads of discussions, but the future of credit card fees is still anyone’s guess.

For the past two years, the expectation was that the federal Competition Tribunal would settle the issues around interchange fees, which are paid by both retailers and customers whenever goods or services are paid for with plastic.