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Japanese watchdog says Apple may have broken antitrust rules but won’t be punished

[2018-07-11 10:56:16]

An investigation spanning almost two years has concluded that Apple ‘may’ have breached antitrust rules in Japan by forcing carriers to sell iPhones at an apparent discount …

Japanese watchdog says Apple may have broken antitrust rules but won’t be punished


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