Taiwanese regulators have imposed a US $774 million fine on US chipmaker Qualcomm for allegedly abusing its monopoly on so-called modem chips which are critical for smartphones. The embattled chipmaker is also embroiled in legal battles with regulators in other major markets, as well as with smartphone maker Apple, over similar issues relating to royalty rates for relating to its modem chip patents.
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