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EC rejects Google's latest antitrust offer - report

Friday 5 September 2014 | 09:25 CET | News
The European Commission has rejected Google's second proposal to settle the antitrust investigation into its search business according to comments made on Spanish radio by competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia. The Financial Times reports that Almunia described Google's latest offer to address the main antitrust concerns as "unacceptable", adding that the proposal did not "eliminate our concerns regarding competition and in particular regarding the way Google's rivals in vertical search – search for products and price comparison, restaurants, etc – are being treated". Almunia refrained

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Companies: European Commission / Google
Countries: Europe
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