Google to Face a Record $3.4 Billion AntiTrust Fine in Europe

May 16, 2016

Google faces a record anti-trust penalty of about 3 BILLION Euros (US$3.4 Billion) from the European Commission in the coming days, according to reports.

After 7-years of the investigation, the European Commission filed anti-trust charges against Google last year for violating antitrust laws.
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The European Union accused the search engine giant that it had abused its dominance


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