Thursday, December 20, 2012

EU to charge Samsung in antitrust case

Samsung is in trouble again. This time its with the EU as regulators are getting ready to accuse Samsung of noncompetitive actions against Apple.

Reuters reports:

"EU regulators are poised to accuse Samsung of breaking competition rules in filing patent lawsuits against rival Apple, in the EU's first formal challenge to the consumer electronic industry's patent wars."

"We will issue a statement of objections very soon," the European Union's competition chief Joaquin Almunia said on Thursday, referring to the Commission's charge sheet.


"The filing of competition objections is the latest step in the Commission's investigation. After notifying Samsung in writing the company will have a chance to reply and request a hearing before regulators."

you can`t have it both ways.

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