Antitrust Antitrust

Apple insists country-specific apps aren't ‘costly or difficult’ in Dutch antitrust dispute

By Lewis Crofts
  • 28 Feb 2022 09:53
  • 28 Feb 2022 09:54
Apple has defended its move to have makers of dating apps in the Netherlands establish a country-specific version of their service, saying it is in line with normal business practices and “not costly or difficult,” according to a letter seen by MLex. 

Apple has amassed a fine of 25 million euros ($28 million)

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