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|31st January 2006, 17:25||#1|
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Elpida Guilty of DRAM Price Fixing
Elpida today plead guilty to DRAM price fixing under an agreement reached with the US Justice Department. Under the agreement, the company will pay a total fine of $84 million.
Elpida now joins its partners in crime which include Hynix, Infineon, Micron, and Samsung. Those company faced fines ranging from Infineon's $160 million to Samsung's fine of a whopping $300 million (second largest in US antitrust history).
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