Competition proceedings: Intel wins against Commission

The European Court of Justice has declared invalid a fine of €1.06 billion imposed by the EU Commission in May 2009 for competition violations against chip manufacturer Intel. The judges of the lower two chambers of the European court found that the Commission had not sufficiently proven that Intel had violated European competition law with its rebate practice for computer manufacturers.

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