French antitrust regulator fines Apple €1.1bn

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French antitrust regulator fines Apple €1.1bn

Found guilty of anti-competitive behaviour.

France's competition watchdog on Monday fined iPhone maker Apple 1.1 billion euros (A$2.01 billion), saying it was guilty of anti-competitive behaviour towards its distribution and retail network. The fine, the biggest ever levied by the French antitrust body, comes at a time of heightened ...

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