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InterDigital execs fear arrest, won’t meet China antitrust agency

16
Dec
2013

(Reuters) – InterDigital Inc, a U.S. patent licensing firm, says its executives will not attend a meeting with Chinese antitrust authorities in Beijing on Wednesday because it fears they will be arrested. China’s powerful National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) is investigating InterDigital for violating Chinese anti-monopoly law, the company said in a securities filing on October 31. The NDRC told InterDigital it had initiated the investigation because the company had filed a complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission against Chinese companies, alleging patent infringement, InterDigital said in a letter addressed to Chinese officials that was seen by Reuters.

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