natenovs writes: "China's intellectual-property rights enforcer said the government isn't probing Microsoft Corp. for breaching antitrust laws, denying yesterday report by a state-owned newspaper. "We are not conducting an anti-monopoly investigation against Microsoft and have no plans to do so," Yin Xintian, a spokesman and legal director at the State Intellectual Property Office, said by telephone today in Beijing. The newspaper's report is "completely untrue," the agency said on its Web site."
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