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EC readies statement of objections against Qualcomm - report

Thursday 3 December 2015 | 08:58 CET | News
The European Commission is preparing to file a statement of objections against Qualcomm over suspected predatory pricing tactics, three people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. The EC is in the final stages of preparing the statement, which follows an investigation started in July. The competition investigation was prompted a complaint from Nvidia. According to the Bloomberg report, the objections will focus on the claims of predatory pricing by Qualcomm. Regulators are less advanced with another probe into whether the company grants payments, rebates or other financial incentives to

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: European Commission / Nvidia / Qualcomm
Countries: Europe
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