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 Feb 07, 2005 - 09:30 AM - by Michael
* Intel breaches Japanese Antitrust?

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Looks like Intel's in hot water in Japan: according to a Reuters story, their Japanese unit is being told that they violated anti-trust laws.

In April, the FTC raided three Intel offices as part of a probe into possible antitrust violations, stirring up decade-old allegations from competitors that Intel's business practices are unfairly aggressive.

Asahi said the FTC suspected Intel had tried to shut out competitors from the Japanese market by offering rebates to computer makers who agreed either not to buy or to limit their purchases of chips made by Intel's rivals, including Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
Sounds a lot like how Intel operates in the US, too.
 

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