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Apple probe dropped by Canada's Competition Bureau

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NewsHubAfter two years of investigation, Canada’s competition watchdog has decided to close its probe on Apple last Friday. According to the Competition Bureau statement :
The probe was opened in December 2014 to investigate allegations that Apple had enforced anti-competitive clauses on the contracts closed with local carriers. Those clauses would have determined that competitor’s devices should be sold at higher prices than they would otherwise be sold.
Potentially, such anti-competitive actions by Apple could have been initiated in order to favor the introduction of Apple’s iPhone in the Canada market back in 2008.

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