EU seeks feedback on Google’s revised antitrust offer

EU regulators have asked 125 Google rivals and third parties to provide feedback on the company’s second attempt to settle a three-year-long antitrust investigation and avert a possible $5 billion fine.The European Commission’s hopes of closing the case next spring, however, suffered a setback after several rivals criticised Google’s latest offer for not being materially different from a proposal made in April. see:E.U. Weighs Google’s Offer to Highlight Its Rivals’ Services
Can shaded boxes help break Google’s stronghold on the European online search market?That is one question European Union antitrust officials are asking Google’s rivals as they review Google’s latest offer to settle its long-running antitrust case.

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