Google could receive second EU fine topping $2.8B
Google is required to get a moment EU antitrust fine one month from now, as per Reuters sources.
The European Commission punishment could top the $2.8B fine Google got a year ago for unreasonably supporting its shopping administration over contenders.
The new fine would identify with the Android versatile working framework and Google's hostile to focused works on including permitting bargains keeping cell phone creators from elevating contrasting options to Google's applications.
The fine choice could come the seven day stretch of July 9.
The EU competition enforcer will also tell Google to stop its anti-competitive practices such as licensing deals which prevent smartphone makers from promoting alternatives to apps such as Google Search and Maps.
Android is the most important of three EU cases against world No. 1 internet search engine Google because of its huge growth potential.
EU-mandated changes however may have little impact on Google because of its market power and the benefits of sticking with the company, industry executives, analysts and even its critics have said.
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