Antitrust Antitrust

Broadcom moves to settle EU probe of chipsets

By Michael Acton and Lewis Crofts
  • 27 Apr 2020 05:34
  • 27 Apr 2020 06:10
Broadcom will drop requirements or inducements for global customers, excluding those in China, to obtain more than 50 percent of their chips from the company, as part of a draft agreement with EU enforcers to bring an antitrust probe to an end.

The European Commission has started a consultation on the package

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Michael Acton

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Michael is a senior correspondent for MLex in San Francisco, where he moved in 2020 after working in our Brussels bureau. Before joining MLex, he reported on EU politics as the Financial Times’ Nico Colchester Fellow in Brussels. Michael has a degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge, and a degree in History and French from University College London and Paris IV Sorbonne.

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