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The Wall Street Journal

Google Loses Most of Enchantment of EU Android Resolution

BRUSSELS—Alphabet Google misplaced most of its enchantment to overturn a $4.33 billion antitrust determination imposed by the European Union for allegedly utilizing its Android working system to squash competitors—however bought a roughly $215 million discount within the advantageous.

The ruling on Wednesday is a vote of confidence for the European Fee, the bloc’s antitrust enforcer, which has been aggressive in focusing on massive U.S. tech firms over considerations about anticompetitive habits. The Android case was the largest of three antitrust fines totaling greater than $8 billion that the Fee has levied in opposition to Google since 2017—and it centered on cell phones, one of many firm’s quickest progress areas.

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