"Anti - Monopoly Agency Rules Against Intel" Article Review by Neatwriter

"Anti - Monopoly Agency Rules Against Intel"
An article review of AP Wire. (8 Mar 2005) "Anti - Monopoly Agency Rules Against Intel." The New York Times. Business News.
# 61946 | 814 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Nov 01, 2005 in Business (Companies) , Business (Management) , English (Analysis)

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This paper provides a brief analysis and discussion about this article which deals with the issue of anti-monopoly rules as applied to Intel. The paper questions whether, when a firm does not directly abuse its status as a monopoly, it should still be allowed to continue its practices.
Market Outcome
Political Impact on Economic Behavior
Social Diversity
Technological Innovation
Market Structure
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"Japan's FTC might have a social agenda-to increase the dominance of home-based Japanese chipmakers that are currently minute in comparison to Intel. However, some of Japan's largest companies have dominated the scandal, such as Hitachi, as they have willingly done business with Intel, and agreed to its arrangements of exclusivity, much to their apparent business and market advantage, even though this may cause some social detriment to the nation, overall, in terms of Japanese companies making inroads into the chip market. Intel's share of the CPU market in Japan rose to 90 percent in 2004, from 78 percent in 2002 and in contrast, the Japanese Advanced Micro Devices' share fell to 8 percent, from 18 percent, over the same period. (AP Wire, 2005)"

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