Qualcomm fined nearly US$300 million in Europe

US$271 million for predatory pricing of baseband chips.
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Qualcomm has been fined nearly US$300 million in Europe.

The European Union has fined the company US$271 million.

The reason is for what an investigation determined to be predatory pricing of baseband chips.

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