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Company: Mosel-Vitelic Corp.
Penalty: $2,778,900
Year: 2010
Date: June 24, 2010
Offense Group: competition-related offenses
Primary Offense: price-fixing or anti-competitive practices
Violation Description: Six manufacturers of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) computer chips agreed to pay $173 million to settle multistate litigation alleging they conspired in an illegal global scheme to fix prices. The breakdown by company was not initially announced but later was reported in the court document linked below.
Level of Government: state
Action Type: agency action
Agency: Multistate Attorneys General Case
Civil or Criminal Case: civil
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