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Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has fined Apple around $666,700 for price fixing, or rather requiring Taiwanese carriers to obtain Apple's permission before setting contract prices on iPhones. The practice was found to violate Taiwan's free trade laws, but it's the first time the company has been slapped on the wrist for it. [Reuters]