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Re: China Levels Antitrust Allegations Against Microsoft
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2016-01-07 07:19:49
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China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce on Tuesday launched the latest in a series of investigations against Microsoft for possible violations of the country's antimonopoly law. Back in July 2014, about 100 SAIC officials burst into four Microsoft offices in various parts of China and copied contracts and records, downloaded data from company servers, and questioned executives. The latest probe seeks answers to major questions arising from the data seized, according to news reports.


Re: China Levels Antitrust Allegations Against Microsoft
Posted by: jescott418 2016-01-07 07:25:34 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
Gee maybe China should look at Apple too? Or how about Google the king of anti competitive behavior. Most companies have some sort of proprietary function to it. That is what set's it apart from the rest. If you want open type stuff you don't buy closed end stuff. But given that so much open software runs on Windows I am not sure what China means by anti competitive? China has no business talking open about anything. Or being anti competitive. China is clearly the kettle calling to pot black.
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