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According to Reuters Google has recently declared its intends to appeal the €2.4 billion fine it got from the EU.

The European Commission, EU’s official arm, fined Google the whole of €2.4 billion on the 27 of June in light of the fact that google breached EU antitrust standards.

The Commission discovered Google liable of favoring its shopping service in internet searches and subsequently manhandling its market strength in Europe.

Be that as it may. Tech giant, Google has fired back after the underlying decision and expressed that the Commission didn’t consider the genuine advantages Google’s approach for its clients.


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On behalf of Google Ken Walker, SVP and General Counsel wrote “Given the evidence, we respectfully disagree with the conclusions announced today. We will review the Commission’s decision in detail as we consider an appeal, and we look forward to continuing to make our case,”

TNW connected with contacts at the EU and everybody concurred this was normal yet it’s not liable to enhance Google’s association with Europe

EU representative said “I trust that the way that they go to court may not enhance the climate with the Commission but rather it’s completely typical that they do so.”


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However the rapporteur for the Commission’s Annual Competition Report and Head of Office to MEP Ramon Tremosa Balcells, Umberto Gambin concurs that Google’s allure was clearly on its way yet he wouldn’t like to talk excessively about the European Court of Justice’s decision.

He stated, this is reasonable, however encourage discoveries in the Commission’s bodies of evidence against Google are probably not going to be positive for the.

American tech giant.

Gambini included that, “The fine will stay and increment if Google’s cures aren’t attractive and don’t reestablish non-separation standards.”

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