A draft ruling by Australian competition authorities has sided with Apple Pay, denying three of the country’s major banks the right to bargain collectively with the technology giant.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) published the ruling this week, provisionally deciding that the banks should not be allowed to negotiate as a group for access to the near field communication (NFC) antenna inside iPhones.
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