It found that Intel had given wholly or partially hidden rebates to PC manufacturers such as Dell and Lenovo for using its chips rather than those of rival AMD, and that Intel had also directly paid computer manufacturers to scrap or delay the launch of products using non-Intel chips.
In conducting the AEC test, as it is abbreviated in the ruling, the commission determined that Intel's customer rebates meant that a competitor could not offer viable prices if it wanted to be as efficient as Intel.
The ruling by the Court of Justice of the EU (ECJ) may force the European Commission to re-examine its tough line and economic approach in other antitrust cases such as against Qualcomm and Alphabet unit Google.
On Wednesday, Intel got what it wanted: The CJEU ordered the General Court to reexamine Intel's arguments concerning its capacity to restrict competition.
Google's case has more similarities than Apple's, but U.S. tech multinationals have long complained that fines are politically motivated, and will be cheered by a decision in Intel's favour.
There's going to be a lot of pressure on Vandeweghe to play another clean match and any slip in her game will result in a loss. The 22-year-old ended Svitolina's dreams of becoming the world number one after fighting from 4-2 down to clinch the decider.
Trump has been a vocal opponent of the deal, which he and his conservative supporters criticize as being too soft on Iran. IAEA officials said they would not help the Trump administration make a false case for abandoning the agreement.
Tensions were already high after his conviction Friday prompted tens of thousands of his worshippers to stage violent protests. On August 28, the Dera head was found guilty of rape on two counts and sentenced to 20 years of imprisonment.
Prince William and the former Kate Middleton are expecting their third child together, Kensington Palace announced on Monday. Saying thank you for the present, she turned to the Duke, laughing, and said: 'We will just have to have more babies'.
This is the second time a SM-6 missile has intercepted a medium-range ballistic missile target, according to the MDA. The target was successfully intercepted by SM-6 missiles fired from the USS John Paul Jones .
And your senator, Claire McCaskill, she must do this for you. "The liberals often say, well, you know we care about the children". In his remarks there, Trump urged people to vote her out of office if she did not support lowering taxes.
On the day of the violence, police detained two members of Erdogan's security detail but released them shortly afterward. Sixteen of those indicted were Turkish "security guards" who attacked demonstrators, injuring several.
Well-informed Palestinian sources told Asharq Al-Awsat that no significant breakthrough occurred at the Abbas-Kushner meeting. The report of the planned USA proposal came amid recent signs of disillusionment from Abbas over U.S. peace efforts.
N. Korea Close to Long Range Missile Capability
Responding to a question, Mattis said North Korea could do something like that (nuclear test) on relatively short notice. In a rare move, South Korea's military released footage of its own missile tests that were conducted last week.
PM Modi reaches China to attend BRICS Summit
The prime minister said he will have the opportunity to meet leaders bilaterally on the sidelines of the BRICS meet. Coincidentally, Myanmar was also the first country that Modi had visited after carrying out his first reshuffle.
US Second-Quarter Growth Revised to 3% in Momentum Boost
Some are now saying that the devastation from Hurricane Harvey could shave about a half-percentage point off growth this quarter. The data also shows the last time quarterly growth climbed as high as 4.5% was in the third quarter of 2011 when it hit 5.7%.
We are learning sledging from Aussies: Shakib Al Hasan
Questions remain about whether the Australians were mentally prepared for their first series on Bangladeshi soil since 2006. Shakib claimed 5-85 and was the obvious man-of-the-match choice for his first innings score of 84 and a 10-wicket haul.
Stuart Law proud after Windies rally to beat England
I think it's just a matter of belief, really, self-belief - trusting his own technique and trusting his own ability. I know within myself that I should be performing much better than I am, so I was just pleased to get over the line.