The EU General Court ("GC") annulled the European Commission's €1.06 billion antitrust fine imposed on Intel in 2009 for allegedly abusing its dominant position in x86 Central Processing Units ("CPUs") by offering loyalty rebates to customers, excluding competitors such as AMD. The GC held that the Commission's analysis was incomplete and failed to establish anticompetitive effects to the requisite standard. The GC initially upheld
The EU Court of Justice annuls a Commission’s landmark decision fining a semiconductor company €1.06 billion for abuse of dominant position (Intel)
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