EU charges Intel with new antitrust conducts

2008-07-17 19:30:24 GMT       2008-07-18 03:30:24 (Beijing Time)       Xinhua English

BRUSSELS, July 17 (Xinhua) -- The European Commission charged the world's biggest computer chipmaker Intel with new antitrust conducts on Thursday.

The European Union (EU) antitrust watchdog said in a statement it had sent a letter to Intel outlining its preliminary conclusion that the U.S chipmaker had engaged in three additional elements of abusive conduct.

It widened an antitrust probe into Intel which was launched one year ago.

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