Samsung, Apple Face Potential Antitrust Probe

Samsung and Apple may be investigated by South Korean anti-trust authorities, a report claims. If it happens, the investigation will focus on the deal reached between the two companies under which Samsung reportedly sold Apple the flash memory it needs for some iPods at, "below market prices", a local report has claimed. In a radio talk show, South Korea Fair Trade Commission (FTC) chairman Kang Chul-kyu said: "Questions about Samsung and Apple engaging in unfair trading could be investigated by the antitrust body", the report claims.

News source: Macworld

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