Qualcomm hit with $773m fine as Taiwan's antitrust watchdog becomes latest to weigh in on FRAND licensing 12 Oct 17
Qualcomm was hit with yet another record-breaking fine by an Asian antitrust body yesterday, as the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission (TFTC) announced its finding that the US chipmaker has abused its monopoly power. The regulator levied a penalty of 23.4 billion New Taiwan Dollars, which totals around $773 million.
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