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November 29, 2005

Korean Microsoft antitrust ruling delayed another week

Posted by David Hunter at 10:38 PM ET.


SEOUL, Nov 30 (Reuters) – South Korea’s anti-trust agency has delayed a ruling on Microsoft Corp.’s business practices to next week, after a review committee again failed to reach an agreement, a Fair Trade Commission (FTC) spokesman said on Wednesday.

The watchdog had been expected to rule this week on allegations the world’s largest software maker breached antitrust laws by incorporating its instant messaging and media player softwares into the Windows operating system.

It was similarly postponed last week.

Filed under Antitrust, Governmental Relations, Legal

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One Response to “Korean Microsoft antitrust ruling delayed another week”

  1. Microsoft News Tracker » Blog Archive » Korea fines Microsoft, mandates new Windows versions Says:

    [...] It was the worst possible outcome in the S. Korean antitrust case. Kim Yeon-hee and Lee Shin-hyung at Reuters: Microsoft Corp. was ordered to separate its instant messaging service from its Windows software and allow rival products on its system in South Korea after losing an antitrust case on Wednesday. [...]

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