Google has formally presented its package of proposals to the European Union regulators, in order to avoid fines after two years of antitrust investigations.
Back in January, Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia received first proposals from Google, but after discussions with the commissioner, the search engine has made it formal on 12 April.
According to Antoine Colombani, the Commission's spokesman on competition policy, the Commission completed its preliminary assessment ...
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