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Apple’s Korea offices raided by antitrust officials, AppleInsider reports

Officials from Korea’s Fair Trade Commission raided Apple offices in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, over claims the App Store has collected 33% in-app payment fees, rather than its stated 30%, AppleInsider’s William Gallagher reports, citing local publication ChosunBiz. The FTC is responding to allegations from the Korea Mobile Games Association, which claims there is an issue around tax and tax collection with Apple charging a 30% fee on total consumer spend, including value added tax. An Apple spokesperson told AppleInsider that, "Apple is fully cooperating with the KFTC during their investigation." Reference Link

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