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China, Taiwan Jump on Antitrust Bandwagon

Taiwan -- or Chinese Taipei for Olympic purposes -- is all over antitrust proceedings regarding Vista and XP, apparently. But what's really funny to us is that the rumored Chinese antitrust investigation of Microsoft (Office, specifically) might be on after all.

China, one of the world's more repressive governments, investigating an American corporation for antitrust issues? There has to be some irony there...right?

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


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