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Naver challenges KFTC allegations in online-shopping antitrust case in South Korean court

By Jenny Lee
  • 12 Jan 2022 03:43
  • 12 Jan 2022 03:43
Naver today insisted that legal arguments advanced by South Korea’s antirust regulator in its appeal case are factually flawed and undermine the foundations of a 2019 ruling that found that the search giant broke competition law in how it used its shopping-comparison engine to promote its multi-vendor, open-market service.

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Jenny Lee


Jenny joined MLex’s Seoul bureau in 2021 as a correspondent focusing on competition law and data privacy and security. Jenny received a Master’s degree from Northwestern University’s renowned Medill School of Journalism and worked for a number of news organizations in the US, including the Associated Press Television News, McClatchy and Voice of America, where she worked for almost three years in Washington DC. She returned to her native South Korea in 2019 as a reporter for Wired Korea.

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