Sweden has nullified its vote on the Office Open XML standard, robbing Microsoft of a vote in favor of the standard before the ISO.
The decision comes after Microsoft was accused of stuffing the Swedish ballot box. The company had been caught sending out emails offering "marketing support" to partners that would join the local standards body and vote on the OOXML topic.
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