EU Commission wants more concessions to end antitrust suit against Samsung

The EU Commission is unsatisfied with the commitments offered by Samsung, Joaquin Almunia has confirmed. Almunia, Vice President of the European Commission responsible for Competition Policy believes the commitments offered by the world’s largest smartphone maker is less and reckons “Samsung may have to improve concessions offered two months ago to end an antitrust investigation into its patent dispute with rival Apple.”

The Commission says they’ve “market-tested” these solutions and will put forth all the feedback to Samsung when they discuss the issue in the coming weeks.

Samsung is trying its best to settle the antitrust investigation as failing to do so could attract Samsung a fine to the tune of $18 billion.

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1 year 11 months ago

In fact the USA can’t accept the fact that Apple and Microsoft are not the rulers of world technology anymore…

1 year 11 months ago

This is ridiculous. I think Samsung should just give a boot to the West and just sell their stuff to Asia and, I hate this term, other third-world countries. Apple stealing from Samsung is alright both with the US and the EU, I guess…

1 year 11 months ago

oh and, now that there are money troubles in the EU – they need a scapegoat in the face of Samsung… tsk-tsk