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Korean watchdog to monitor chipmakers for potential unfair practices on 5G market

Sunday 22 December 2019 | 20:47 CET | News
South Korea's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) plans to closely monitor Qualcomm and other chipmakers for potential unfair practices in the 5G semiconductor market, local newspaper The Korea Times reports, citing FTC chairwoman Joh Sung-wook. "The FTC will set up a semiconductor team in the first quarter of next year, and closely monitor chipmakers over their potential impeding of rival entrants in terms of 5G chips", Sung-wook said during a press conference.

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Companies: Google / Naver / Qualcomm
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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