South Korea has sent Intel an equivalent of the EC's 'statement of objections', with accusations of anti-competitive behaviour, according to the Financial Times.
After a two year investigation, the South Korean Fair Trade Commission has accused Intel of pressuring computer makers to buy its microprocessors rather than those of rival AMD.
From the article:
"Chuck Mulloy, Intel spokesman, said the company received the statement of objections last week. It contained preliminary allegations and did not amount to a finding that there had been any violations of Korean law, he said.
“We are hopeful that we will be able to show to the commission’s satisfaction that the microchip market is functioning normally and our conduct has been pro-competition and ultimately beneficial to consumers,” he said."