A Chinese antitrust regulator said on Tuesday that
"After multiple meetings, including at high levels, they've expressed a willingness to respect Chinese law and collaborate with investigating officials," Zhang said.
This is in relation to problems with compatibility, bundling and document authentication for its Windows operating system and Microsoft Office software.
"The investigation is ongoing and we will disclose the results to the public in a timely fashion," Zhang said, adding that the
The companies involved in the nine investigations comprise domestic, foreign, State-owned enterprises and trade associations, according to Zhang.
Microsoft China Chief Executive
An industry insider said on Tuesday that despite policy barriers, global tech giants can still enjoy great opportunities in
"To survive in
"It is a tough task even for
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