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How Apple sidestepped Japan’s antitrust rules

[2018-07-11 16:30:17]

Apple got a bit pushy with Japan’s wireless service providers, and was slapped down by regulators as a result. The iPhone maker was requiring the carriers to put subsidies on iOS handsets. The Japanese Fair Trade Commission decided that was a violation of Japan’s antitrust rules. “Obliging carriers to offer subsidies could have prevented the ...

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