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India: Microsoft cleared of blame in the Indian software market case

 |  October 10, 2012

The Competition Appellate Tribunal has upheld the fair trade regulator Competition Commission of India’s (CCI), and ruled that Microsoft did not abuse its dominant position regarding sale of software licenses in the Indian market. The Commission’s order came on allegations that Microsoft offered software licenses at a lower price to original equipment manufacturers (OEM), while business houses had to buy the same at higher prices from the company.

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