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|23rd April 2009, 16:56||#1|
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Intel Said to Face Fine, Rebate Ban in Eight-Year-Old EU Case
Intel Corp., the world’s biggest computer-chip maker, faces a fine by the European Union and a ban on rebates on sales to computer makers, said two people who have seen a draft decision in an eight-year-old antitrust case.
The 500-page draft was circulated to 27 national competition authorities over the past few weeks in preparation for a ruling in the case, two people with direct knowledge of the document said. The people asked for anonymity because the document isn’t public.
Intel has been entangled in a dispute with EU antitrust regulators since 2001, following a complaint by rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. The Brussels-based European Commission accused Intel last July of giving computer sellers “substantial rebates” not to sell machines using AMD chips.
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