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Submitted by Lelldorianx 1014d ago | news

FBI: Five-Year Liquid Crystal Price-Fixing Conspiracy Busted

GamersNexus: "The FBI today noted that twenty-two executives within the Liquid Crystal Display industry have been charged with global conspiracy to fix prices, resulting in the creation of a $71.9 billion Liquid Crystal Display industry over a period of 5 years—2001 to 2006." (Acer, BenQ, Display, Industry, PC hardware)

SilentNegotiator  +   1012d ago
Not too surprising. LCD prices didn't vary much.

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