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States to sue chipmakers
Written by Cadaveca   
Friday, 14 July 2006 07:56
According to Yahoo News:

"Thirty-four U.S. states will sue seven computer memory chip makers on Friday, including Micron Technology (NYSE:MU) and Infineon Technologies (IFXGn.DE), over charges they conspired to rig the U.S. market to keep prices artificially high.

California Attorney General Bill Lockyer said on Thursday 33 other states would join a lawsuit alleging the chip makers violated state and federal antitrust laws during a conspiracy to fix prices for dynamic random access memory, or DRAM, chips, from 1998 through June 2002, when there was a glut in the market."

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