Electronics Production | October 04, 2006
EU has evidence for antitrust charges<br>against Intel
According to The wall Street Journal EU investigators believe they have enough evidence to pursue antitrust charges against Intel.
A final decision on whether to press charges in the EU's five year probe of the chip-maker was "likely before the end of the year." The newspaper said that "Investigators for the European Commission in Brussels have prepared a written draft of charges against Intel and are gearing up to defend their conclusions before an internal 'devil's advocate' panel of legal experts."