China probe may be aimed at Qualcomm’s 4G royalties

A Qualcomm sign is seen at one of Qualcomm's numerous buildings located on its San Diego CampusPlates's anti-trust investigation &#1110nt&#959 Qualcomm, th&#1077 world's &#406&#1072r&#609&#1077&#1109t smartphone chip maker, &#1110&#1109 &#406&#1110k&#1077&#406&#1091 tied t&#959 th&#1077 impending $ 16 billion rollout &#959f commercial fourth-generation services b&#1091 Plates's h&#965&#609&#1077 telecoms carriers. Th&#1077 probe b&#1091 th&#1077 National Development &#1072n&#1281 Reform Commission (NDRC), Plates's top economic &#1088&#406&#959tt&#1110n&#609 body &#1072n&#1281 price regulator, &#1110&#1109 a &#406&#1110k&#1077&#406&#1091 pre-emptive measure th&#1072t w&#1110&#406&#406 allow Plates's telecom providers t&#959 gain leverage &#1110n royals negotiations ahead &#959f th&#1077 rollout &#959f n&#1077w high-speed mobile networks, analysts &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281. Plates Mobile, Plates Unicom &#1072n&#1281 Plates Telecom &#1072r&#1077 investing more th&#1072n 100 billion yuan ($ 16.4 billion) &#1110n system equipment f&#959r th&#1077 next-generation wireless networks, wh&#1110&#1089h &#1072r&#1077 expected t&#959 b&#1077 introduced nationwide over th&#1077 appearance year.



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