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EU: Is Google Inc losing in Europe?

 |  August 9, 2015

An antitrust case against the company was filed almost a year ago that is still nowhere close to settlement.

The US firm is going through intense scrutiny in Europe as the company has been accused of failures by several European companies. While it has not affected the company’s results to date, it is very likely that the company would have to pay a massive fine of up to $6 billion, and this will definitely affect its business negatively in Europe.

Google’s search and Android products dominate their respective sectors in Europe, and if it loses this market then it will come as a serious blow to the Internet firm.

The details come from a report published in Bloomberg Businessweek, which talks in detail about how Google is losing the battle in Europe.

Full content: Bloomberg

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