Apple Have To Pay More Fine In Italy As It Fails To Offer Products Free Warranties In Time

Posted on Jul 2 2012 - 5:20am by Editorial Staff

Reuters is reporting that Italy’s competitor regulators threatening Apple with further more fines of up to 300,000 euros (about $381,000) in case if it still does not offer local customers a free two-year warranty as demanded by Italian law. Earlier, the AGCM competition and market authority has already imposed fines of 900,000 euros on division of Apple.

“The antitrust (authority) has opened a procedure of non-compliance against Apple, complaining about two unlawful practices,” the source told publication. “If they do not comply, they risk fines for up to 300,000 euros,” the source said. The authority earlier had given time to Apple, but it failed to obey as per sayings and results into more fine.

 

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