EU Makes New Antitrust Objections Against Intel

European Union antitrust regulators made new accusations against chipmaker Intel Corp., saying it paid retailers not to sell PCs using chips made by rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. The "statement of objections" from the European Commission follows 2007 charges that Intel, the world's biggest microchip producer, gave computer makers rebates to limit their use of AMD chips or avoid them altogether.

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