• Qualcomm settles anti-trust case with Taiwan regulator for $93 million

    8 days ago - By Reuters

    Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm Inc will settle an anti-trust case with Taiwanese regulators for about $93 million, and has also pledged to invest $700 million in Taiwan over the next five years.
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  • Qualcomm settles anti-trust case with Taiwan regulator for $93 mln

    8 days ago - By Reuters

    Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm Inc will settle an anti-trust case with Taiwanese regulators for about $93 million, and has also pledged to invest $700 million in Taiwan over the next five years.
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  • Qualcomm reaches settlement in anti-trust case with Taiwan regulator

    8 days ago - By Reuters

    Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm Inc will settle an anti-trust case with Taiwanese regulators for about $93 million, and has also pledged to invest $700 million in Taiwan over the next five years.
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  • Qualcomm settles antitrust case in Taiwan

    8 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Qualcomm may have lost its long-winded deal to buy NXP on account of China and it continues to battle lawsuits worldwide, but the company does have a dose of good news out of Asia today after it settled an antitrust investigation in Taiwan.
    The U.S. chip firm was hit with a record $773 million fine last October when it was accused of monopolistic practices, but Qualcomm and the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission said today they have reached an agreement that sees the charges dropped in exchange for the firm investing $700 million in the country.
    The TFTC will keep hold of the NTD 2.73 billion...
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  • Qualcomm reaches settlement in Taiwan anti-trust case

    8 days ago - By Reuters

    Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm will settle an anti-trust case with Taiwanese regulators for about $93 million, and has also pledged to invest $700 million in Taiwan over the next five years. As Francis Maguire reports, the settlement replaces a fine of roughly $778 million imposed by Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission in 2017.
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