In her second term as EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager is bracing for a second wave of anti-trust measures against US digital monopolies, beginning with chipmaker Broadcom, the Financial Times report.
Emboldened by her authority as vice-president of the commission, Vestager plans to force the chipmaker to cease alleged anti-competitive practices even before a full probe ends, calling for “interim measures,” on grounds of ongoing “irreparable harm to competition.”
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