Microsoft offices in China visited by government regulators

  • Chinese regulators have visited some offices of Microsoft in what could be a potential anti-trust investigation, media reports have suggested.

    The visiting officials were from the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, which is responsible for enforcing business laws in China.

    The technology giant, while admitting to the visits, did not give any reasons for them. The firm said it will “address any concerns the government may have”.

    China has earlier stated that government use of Microsoft's operating system Windows 8 would be banned.



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