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India: CCI allows extended look at Google practices

 |  September 23, 2013

The Competition Commission of India announced it has given its investigative arm more time to investigate Google following a referral regarding possible anticompetitive practices in Google’s search engine operations.

Reports say the CCI gave the Director General more time to probe the company regarding complaints that Google abused its dominant position in the search engine market.

The CCI first began its investigation in August 2012.

A case stemming from similar allegations regarding the way Google presents its search results is underway in the European Union.

Full Content: The Economic Times

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