Intel Corporation: European Union Antitrust Case

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Case Code : ECON030
Case Length : 25 Pages
Period : 2001-2009
Pub. Date : 2009
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Intel Corporation
Industry : Computers, IT and ITeS
Countries : USA

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Background Note

Intel was headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. For the year ended 2008, it recorded revenues of US$ 37.6 billion. (Refer to Exhibit II for Intel's financials)...

Intel's Initial Troubles with the EC

In 2001, the EC began investigations into Intel's business practices after AMD lodged a complaint that the company was misusing its market dominance in the microprocessors market and violating the EU's competition rules (Refer to Exhibit VI for EU's competition policy)...

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EC Issues 'Statement of Objections'

While Intel received a clean chit from the EC for its business practices, AMD submitted 'proof' to the EC against Intel's anti-competitive business practices, in 2003. Though the EC did not disclose what evidence AMD had provided, it began investigating Intel again in June 2004...

EC Issues 'Supplementary Statement of Objections'

In February 2008, as part of its continuing probe against Intel's anti-competitive business practices, the EC raided Intel's offices located in Germany. Commenting on the raids, it said, "Surprise inspections are a preliminary step in investigations into suspected infringements of EC competition law."...

Appeal to the Court of First Instance

In August 2008, Intel wrote a letter to the Directorate General for Competition (DG-COMP) requesting it to ask AMD to produce documents to substantiate its allegations against Intel of anti-competitive business practices...

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