Apple Sues Qualcomm For Abuse Of Market Position In China

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
August 06, 2017

Apple has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm in Beijing, ASICS PAS CHER FR and it is accusing the latter of abusing its dominant position in the chip industry and asking for compensation of CNY1 billion for economic losses.

At the same time, Maglia Damian Lillard Apple raised another lawsuit against Qualcomm, stating that Qualcomm failed to keep its promise of ensuring to provide necessary patent licenses extensively and at affordable prices.

Commenting on the news, Qualcomm said via an email to local Chinese media that they have not yet seen the complete case raised by Apple to the court in China.

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  • However, Maglie Toronto Raptors Don Rosenberg, Qualcomm’s executive vice president and general counsel, reportedly said since they were commanded by the Chinese regulatory authorities in 2015,

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  • the company has been providing the same terms to Apple as those provided to other customers. adidas ultra boost uncaged uomo Rosenberg said that Qualcomm will defend their business model in the Chinese court.

    Prior to this, Air Jordan 1 Uomo the U.S. Federal Trade Commission raised a lawsuit against Qualcomm on January 17, 2017, stating that Qualcomm was maintaining its monopoly position in the smartphone chip market by using methods that violated principles of fair competition.

    Apple has also sued Qualcomm in the U.S., asking for compensation of USD1 billion.

    Qualcomm is facing legal challenges around the world. In December 2016, South Korean regulators fined Qualcomm USD854 million for violating antitrust laws, a decision Qualcomm is fighting. Sac Kanken In February 2015,

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