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January 20th, 2006

Antitrust lawsuit targets Applied Materials

Abstract:
Five U.S. companies that refurbish chip-manufacturing equipment have sued industry leader Applied Materials Inc., alleging it engaged in anticompetitive practices by limiting the availability of replacement parts for chip gear.

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