The tech giant and four major publishers offer a deal to let Apple's e-book competitors sell at a discount for two years in Europe, Reuters reports.
The European Union's executive arm says that if the solutions are deemed suitable, they will be enacted and the companies will be off the hook.
Antitrust regulators have accepted a settlement offer by Apple and four publishers to resolve an investigation into alleged e-book price fixing.
Feds confirm a e-book pricing probe of Apple and publishers after an EU investigation goes public.
Apple avoids an antitrust investigation in Europe by agreeing to a deal that enables Amazon to lower prices. Is Apple looking for a similar deal in the United States?
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