Apple given record fine in France over anti-competition practices


A French competition wtachdog has found US tech giant Apple guilty of unfairly agreeing prices for sales of its wares in France with certain wholesalers, to the detriment of others, and fined the company 1.1 billion euros.

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France's competition authority has imposed a record 1.1-billion-euro (£1bn; $1.2bn) fine on US tech giant Apple for what it sees as anti-competitive practices, reports BBC News.