February 23, 2009 / 5:27 PM / in 9 years

EU exec says rejected Intel's request for hearing

BRUSSELS, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Monday that it has rejected a request by the world’s biggest computer chipmaker Intel (INTC.O) for an oral hearing into its antitrust probe against the company.

    Intel said in a filing to U.S. regulatory authorities earlier on Monday that it had responded on Feb. 5 to antitrust charges from the European Commission accusing the company of anticompetitive behaviour.

    The Commission, competition watchdog of the 27-nation bloc, said that Intel had requested an oral hearing but this was rejected by the Commission’s hearing officer, an EU official told Reuters. (Reporting by Bate Felix)

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