Microsoft antitrust flap 'boosts Linux' in Far East

Posted by dcparris on Nov 3, 2005 8:16 AM EDT; By Simon Burns
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Simon Burns writes: As regulators from the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) met to discuss a ruling in an antitrust case aimed at Microsoft, the president of Microsoft Korea, Yoo Jae-sung, said that if the KFTC urges Microsoft to remove bundled applications from Windows, it would be "difficult for us to do business in Korea". The comments, reported in the Korea Times, appear to represent a strengthening of Microsoft's position, after a Korean official scolded the company earlier today.

[Microsoft is reiterating their stance on Korea. Promises, promises. - Ed]

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