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The chipmaker won't contest the record fine as part of the resolution, and agrees to make several changes to its patent-licensing business in China.
China's anti-monopoly body says Qualcomm is abusing its market dominance and could face more than $1 billion in fines.
China's NDRC tells InterDigital that its executives could be arrested or detained if they attend a meeting to address charges of violating Chinese anti-monopoly law.
China's top antitrust regulator says there is "substantial" evidence against the chipmaker but doesn't go in to detail, according to China Daily.
The country's National Development and Reform Commission is so far keeping the details of its investigation confidential.