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March 9, 2005

Intel Found in Violation of Antimonopoly Law in Japan

The New York Times reports that Japan's Fair Trade Commission  decided that Intel had violated Japan's antimonopoly law when it allegedly sold semiconductors to computer companies, offering discounts and trying to entice them to buy from Intel and not from other semiconductor producers.  Read more about this here

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