*Firm fined $975 million in China in 2015 on antitrust charges. SEJONG, South Korea, Dec 28- South Korea's antitrust regulator fined Qualcomm Inc 1.03 trillion won for what it called unfair business practices in patent licensing and modem chip sales, a decision the U.S. firm said it will challenge in court. The fine is the largest ever levied in South Korea.
SEJONG, South Korea, Dec 28- South Korea's antitrust regulator said on Wednesday it fined U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm Inc 1.03 trillion won, a record for the country, ruling its business practices of patent licensing and smartphone modem chip sales hindered competition. Qualcomm in February 2015 agreed to pay a $975 million fine in China following an antitrust...
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