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EU: New wave of allegations crashes on Google

 |  February 5, 2013

Just days after Google reportedly handed in last-minute concessions requested by the European Commission regarding their longstanding investigation into the company, new reports are emerging that Google is facing yet another complaint over its business practices. The ICOMP coalition has announced it has submitted a new dossier to the Commission on January 20th. ICOMP includes Microsoft Corp, one of Google’s main rivals. The dossier is said to contain accusations that Google obtained its dominant position in the market through “unfair agreements” with companies in the Internet and advertising industries. In a statement, ICOMP calls those agreements “an illegal network of exclusive relationships.”


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