EU Reveals Details On €1.1B Intel Antitrust Fine

Law360, New York (September 21, 2009, 7:00 PM EDT) -- The European Commission released new details Monday on its May decision to impose a record-breaking €1.1 billion ($1.56 billion) fine against computer chip giant Intel Corp. for alleged monopoly abuse, barely a week after Intel's claims that the antitrust regulator failed to conduct a proper analysis surfaced.

The nonconfidential version of the May decision released by the EC Monday included numerous e-mails and other documents from computer manufacturers related to Intel's alleged high-pressure tactics aimed at strong-arming companies into buying Intel products exclusively.

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