AMD pleased with EU's Intel office raid

Posted on Wednesday, July 13 2005 @ 2:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD released a statement on its website regarding the European Commission's investigation of Intel's offices which was performed within the framework of the EU's antitrust case against Intel:

“Today’s dawn raids should come as good news to consumers across Europe,” said Thomas M. McCoy, AMD executive vice president, legal affairs and chief administrative officer. “Every computer user has a strong interest in ensuring that the full truth about Intel’s anti-competitive abuses is revealed and corrected. The European Commission dawn raids show that Intel cannot and should not escape the scrutiny of antitrust officials around the world – nor can Intel escape the consequences of its anti-competitive actions, which raise prices, threaten innovation and harm consumers.”

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