In this April 18, 2011 file photo, the corporate sign of Qualcomm Inc. is seen in front of its office in Santa Clara, Calif. China fined chipmaker Qualcomm 6 billion yuan ($975 million) in the biggest of a wave of anti-monopoly penalties that have rattled foreign companies. San Diego-based Qualcomm abused its dominance in wireless technology to charge manufacturers "unfairly high" licensing fees, a Cabinet agency announced Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. China is the world's biggest producer of mobile phones and other wireless devices, and Beijing has complained about the high cost of technology licenses.
In this April 18, 2011 file photo, the corporate sign of Qualcomm Inc. is seen in front of its office in Santa Clara, Calif. China fined chipmaker Qualcomm 6 billion yuan ($975 million) in the biggest of a wave of anti-monopoly penalties that have rattled foreign companies. San Diego-based Qualcomm abused its dominance in wireless technology to charge manufacturers "unfairly high" licensing fees, a Cabinet agency announced Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. China is the world's biggest producer of mobile phones and other wireless devices, and Beijing has complained about the high cost of technology licenses. AP
In this April 18, 2011 file photo, the corporate sign of Qualcomm Inc. is seen in front of its office in Santa Clara, Calif. China fined chipmaker Qualcomm 6 billion yuan ($975 million) in the biggest of a wave of anti-monopoly penalties that have rattled foreign companies. San Diego-based Qualcomm abused its dominance in wireless technology to charge manufacturers "unfairly high" licensing fees, a Cabinet agency announced Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. China is the world's biggest producer of mobile phones and other wireless devices, and Beijing has complained about the high cost of technology licenses. AP

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