Microsoft's Tokyo offices raided

Officials from Japan's fair trade watchdog have raided Microsoft's Tokyo offices on suspicion that the US giant violated Japanese anti-monopoly laws.

A Microsoft spokeswoman confirmed that the Fair Trade Commission had inspected the company's Japan headquarters, but denied any wrongdoing. The commission said it believed the US giant had attached unfair conditions when signing software deals.

It said Microsoft sought restrictive contracts with Japanese computer firms.

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