Ruling in Microsoft's Korean antitrust case expected in September
South Korea’s antitrust watchdog said Tuesday it would possibly rule next month on allegations that U.S. software giant Microsoft Corp. engaged in unfair trade practices.
Huh Sun, a senior official of the Fair Trade Commission, made the remark as the commission began a two-day hearing on the case. Local media have suggested that a decision could be possible this week.
"A ruling is not expected to come before late next month," Huh was quoted by Lee Tae-hwi, a commission spokesman, as telling a press briefing.
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