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EU: Vestager not planning to rush Google, Gazprom antitrust cases

 |  October 11, 2015

An EU antitrust case against Gazprom will continue despite concessions from the Russian gas producer, meant to settle charges it abused its dominance in eastern and central Europe, the bloc’s competition chief said on Friday.

European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager also said it would take time to conclude the EU’s five-year-old Google case, as she reviewed the internet search group’s reply to charges of favouring its services over rivals.

“So far, every door is open in the Gazprom case, either for going through a decision maybe with remedies or to go through a process of binding commitments,” Vestager told Reuters in an interview on her 10th floor office in the Commission’s headquarters.

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