Apple stores raided by French authorities over anti-competition policies
London: Internet corporation Apple’s stores in France were reportedly raided by competition authorities last week. According to Express.co.uk, the raids were conducted as part of an ongoing investigation about Apple’s relationship with its distributors.
A firm called eBizcuss, who went out of business last year, reportedly filed complaints with the French authorities and alleged that Apple favoured its own stores at the expense of independent distributors.
The report added that Apple representatives in France did not comment on the matter.