Microsoft answers EU antitrust charges

Tuesday, 21 October 2003, 1:36 PM EST

Despite complaining this month that it wanted more time, Microsoft Corp. filed its response to European Union antitrust charges just before the deadline expired, an EU spokeswoman said Monday.

"We've received the reply which we will now be reviewing," said Amelia Torres, antitrust spokeswoman at the European Commission.

She said the response was received Friday night, hours ahead of the midnight deadline.

Neither Microsoft nor the EU would comment on its contents.

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