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[TheInquirer.com Processors] EU denies Intel request for more time to get it's act to
Paul Taylor the Inquirer, Wednesday 15 October 2008. 10:51:00
Stop dithering laddie!
INTEL FLUNG ITSELF on the mercy of the EU court yesterday and asked for a little more time to rally the troops in the defence against EU Commission charges. Intel’s Chuck Mulloy considered the EU's request to be quite reasonable as it needed a bit more time to have “the ability to conduct a full and fair defence of the company”. But competition commissars were having none of it and denied Intel its request. "The Commission considers it gave ample time to Intel to respond to the objections compared with equivalent cases with other companies," said Jonathan Todd, spokesperson for the Komissariat....
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