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European Ombudsman criticizes Intel's fine

Posted on Monday, August 10 2009 @ 16:47:55 CEST by

Hexus reports Intel has received backing from the European Ombudsman, a soon to be released report will accuse the European Commission of maladministration by omitting "potentially exculpatory" evidence from a witness in the EC's anti-trust suit against Intel which resulted in a 1.06 billion EUR fine for the chip giant.
The witness in question was none other than an unidentified senior Dell executive, who is thought to have told the investigation in August 2006 that he viewed the performance of AMD, the alleged injured party in the Intel investigation, as "very poor". The inference of this is that Dell's decision to favour Intel over AMD was based on the relative quality of their products, rather than financial incentives.



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