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Report: Intel faces new EU antitrust charges

Discussion in 'News' started by Echo419, July 16, 2008.

  1. Echo419

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    Intel is expected to face new antitrust charges from European regulators that focus on the chip giant's marketing and sales practices, according to a report Tuesday night on The Wall Street Journal's Web site, citing unidentified people familiar with matter.

    The news charges, which could come as early as Thursday, allege that Intel offered inducements to European retailers in return for not buying processors from rival Advanced Micro Devices, the paper reported.

    "We are continuing to cooperate and really don't know what the commission will do," Intel spokesman Chuck Mulloy told the paper when asked about the possibility of new charges. "We believe we operate within the law."

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