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3 February 2022

Newest Chapter in the Intel Case

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26 January 2022, the General Court of the European Union gave its judgement in T-286/09 marking the end of this chapter of a story that began with the millennium.

 The story has its earliest onset 18 October 2000 when Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) submitted a formal complaint to the Commission regarding alleged abusive market behaviour by Intel Corporation, Inc (Intel).

 The complaint led to the Commission launching an investigation culminating in the Commission adopting its decision of 13 May 2009 C-227/13, finding that Intel had made a continuous infringement during the years 2002-2007 of TFEU article 102 (at the time of the decision article 82) regarding abusive behaviour by a dominant undertaking. For conducting this infringement, the Commission imposed a giant fine of EURbn 1,06 on intel.

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