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Google submits last-ditch proposals to European Commission

Google has submitted a new set of proposals to the European Commission in an attempt to settle an anti-competitive probe, according to reports.

1st February, 2013
Google: submitted new settlement proposals to European Commissions

Google has submitted a new set of proposals to the European Commission in an attempt to settle an anti-competitive probe, according to reports.

The European Commissioner for Competition, Joaquin Almunia, had demanded a response from Google to allegations that the search giant was discriminating against rivals in its search results.

The European Commission had set a deadline of January 31st for the reception of such proposals.

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