Intel Asks European Court to Set Aside Antitrust Ruling

Intel has asked Europe's second highest court to annul last May's antitrust ruling against the company, accusing the regulators of erring in law and of producing sloppy analysis, according to details of the appeal made public. The European Commission, the European Union's top antitrust authority, fined Intel a record US$1.45 billion in May for abusing its dominant position in the microprocessor chip market in Europe, at the expense of its only significant rival, Advanced Micro Devices.

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