Microsoft denied delay in antitrust caseMicrosoft Corp., the world’s largest software maker, failed to get an extension to submit a response to South Korean regulators regarding allegations of antitrust violations, the Fair Trade Commission said. Microsoft, which asked for a two-week delay, has already been granted a one-month extension and will have to present its case at the end of the month, as scheduled, because the company has been given enough time, said Kim Joo-hyock, a spokesman at the Korean antitrust watchdog. Regulators will discuss the case on July 13 at a general meeting, he said. Korean regulators have investigated the Redmond, Washington-based software company for alleged antitrust breaches for bundling its media player and instant messenger programs into its Windows operating system.
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