France’s antitrust authority fined Apple a record-high $1.2 billion Monday, ruling that the U.S.-based tech giant had entered into cartel-like agreements with two wholesalers and abused its market position and economic power to impose higher prices to resellers.

The two wholesalers, Tech Data and Ingram Micro, were fined $84.9 million and $70.2 million, respectively, according to a statement from the Autorité de la Concurrence.

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