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EU: No end to Google case until after summer, says Almunia

 |  February 26, 2013

According to Reuters, European Commissioner Joaquin Almunia has announced that an agreement between the authority and Google will not be reached until after the summer break as the Commission is closed through most of August. Google sent a proposal to remedy competition concerns held by the Commission, though the details on the proposal are still unclear, though sources told the media the concessions may include an agreement for Google to label which search results support Google’s services.


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