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Microsoft, publishers try to stop ‘catastrophic’ Google EU deal

05
Sep
2014

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Googles antitrust deal with EU regulators was criticized by Microsoft and other competitors in a last-ditch attempt to influence European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia before he leaves office at the end of October. The Competition Commissioner is preparing to decide whether to wrap up the case or hand it over to his successor when his mandate ends, after spending three years examining whether Google squeezes out rival services in online search results. Almunia reached a preliminary deal with the worlds most popular Internet search engine in February. Microsofts director of competition law, Jean-Yves Art, said the U.S.

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