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.
Read the complete story ... (Dow Jones Newswire via Morningstar.com)