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First the U.S., Then Europe, Now China?

We couldn't make this up: Microsoft might be facing antitrust action in China.

Um, what now? China? We know that the Chinese economy is pretty wide open these days, but aren't we still talking about a communist country here with a one-party government? And Microsoft might be in trouble for being too powerful? Again, irony...we love it.

Apparently, though, Chinese officials are denying that there will be an investigation. We'll see.

Posted by Lee Pender on June 19, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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