The French Competition Authority fines a big tech and its wholesalers a record €1.24 billion for engaging in three anticompetitive practices with its distributors in the retail market of its products (Apple / Tech Data / Ingram Micro)

On 16 March 2020, the French Competition Authority (FCA) imposed a €1.1 billion fine on Apple, the highest fine ever handed out to a company. The FCA considered that Apple had engaged in three anticompetitive practices with its distributors in the retail market for Apple products

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Florence Leroux, Thomas Oster, The French Competition Authority fines a big tech and its wholesalers a record €1.24 billion for engaging in three anticompetitive practices with its distributors in the retail market of its products (Apple / Tech Data / Ingram Micro), 16 March 2020, e-Competitions Platforms, Art. N° 94307

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