Europe's top judges dealt a rare blow to European Union antitrust regulators on Wednesday by sending their case against US chipmaker Intel Corp back to court for an appeal. In a move that may have ramifications for EU cases against Qualcomm and Google, the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) said a court which upheld a 1 billion euro ($1.3 billion) fine against Intel should re-examine the company's appeal. "The case is referred back to the General Court in order for it to examine the arguments put forward by Intel concerning the capacity of the rebates at issue to ...
Court orders Intel case review in EU antitrust blow
Earlier, firm was asked to pay a fine of $1.3 bn