EU presses Google on far-reaching settlement, including mobile


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The EU isn’t buying Google’s claims that preferencing its own products improves the user experience. U.S. regulatory authorities are lagging in their probes.

— Dennis Schaal

Europe’s antitrust enforcer is demanding that Google makes sweeping changes to its mobile services as it paves the way to serve formal charges against the US tech company for anti-competitive behaviour should talks over a settlement collapse.

The late manoeuvre by Joaquín Almunia, the EU’s competition commissioner, presents Google with a dilemma as tense settlement negotiations enter their final days.


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