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Google To Be Charged For Anti-Competitive Behaviour By EU

Google will today be accused by Brussels of illegally abusing its dominance of the internet search market in Europe -- a step that ultimately could force it to change its business model fundamentally and pay hefty fines. Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition commissioner, is to say that the US group will soon be served with a formal charge sheet alleging that it breached antitrust rules by diverting traffic from rivals to favour its own services, according to two people familiar with the case. 

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