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Monday, July 14, 2008

Intel's Alleged Schemes Affected U.S. Consumers

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Robert H. Lande of the University of Baltimore Law School argues Intel's Alleged Schemes Affected U.S. Consumers.

ABSTRACT: This short piece explains how the first unit discounts or rebates allegedly given by Intel on their X86 chips could harm competition, innovation, and PC purchasers in this crucial $33 billion/year market. For these reasons, their discounts or rebates could violate European Competition law and U.S. Antitrust law.

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