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Google calls EU anti-trust charges 'wrong'

If found guilty, it could be fined up to 10% of annual sales - which were US$66b in 2014

STANDING ITS GROUND: Google's general counsel said 'the allegations are incorrect' and that 'we believe Google increases choice for European consumers and offers valuable opportunities for businesses of all sizes'.


US Internet search giant Google on Thursday rejected accusations by EU anti-trust regulators that it illegally abuses its market dominance, in its first formal reaction to allegations by Brussels earlier this year.

"We believe that the statement of objections' preliminary

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