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India/South Korea/Argentina: The latest nations to strengthen watch on Google

 |  May 2, 2013

Google has announced in a regulatory filing that antitrust regulators in India, South Korea and Argentina have all opened investigations into the search giant for suspicions the company is abusing its dominant position within the market. It’s the latest news in a multi-national saga for the company, which recently closed a similar dispute with the US last year and is currently in settlement discussions with the European Commission. While limited information has been revealed on the cases, a Google spokesperson in India said the company is confident no competition laws have been violated, adding that full cooperation will be given to the Competition Commission of India. Records indicate the investigation began more than six months ago based on consumer advocacy group complaints against Google.

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