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A rival to Microsoft accused the world's largest software maker of dumping Korean-language software into the South Korean market for as little as 10 percent of its fair price.
Hangul and Computer, which controls 60 percent of the word-processing software market in Korea--the only nation in the world where Microsoft isn't dominant--filed the complaint with the nation's Fair Trade Commission.
It accused Microsoft of selling Korean-language Windows 98 and three other products in a package to educational institutions and other bulk buyers for as low as 10 percent of their fair price.
"The worldwide giant is abusing its superior financial capacity, damaging us and its other competitors here," said Jhun Ha Jin, president of Hangul and Computer. "It's in clear violation of fair trading laws."