EU regulators expected to demand more concessions from Google over anti-competitive complaints

(Source: Reuters)

Google is expected to face more demand to adjust its practices as a result of anti-competitive complaints brought to the European Union.

EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia during a hearing at the European Parliament:

After, we will analyse the responses received, we will probably ask Google, 100 percent, you should improve your proposals.

Earlier in May, Google's rivals denounced the changes proposed by the internet giant:

UK price comparison website Foundem yesterday said in a statement that Google’s proposals, such as displaying prominent links to rival services, do not address competition concerns, while other complainants were just as critical.

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