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Italy's antitrust recalculates Apple, Amazon fines after "material error"


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ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s antitrust regulator said on Thursday it had recalculated the fines for U.S tech giants Apple (NASDAQ:) and Amazon (NASDAQ:) due to a “material error” in the first calculation.

The fines now amounted to 114.7 million euros ($130.04 million) for Apple and 58.6 million euros for Amazon, down from 134.5 million euros and 68.7 respectively, the watchdog said in a statement.

The authority had said in November it had fined the two groups for allegedly engaging in anti-competitive cooperation in the sale of Apple and Beats products.

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