EU Shouldn't Hold Breath On Google Antitrust Deal, Experts Say

Law360, New York (May 21, 2012, 8:22 PM EDT) -- The European Commission on Monday gave Google Inc. a few weeks to propose fixes to search practices that it warned might amount to an abuse of the company's dominance, but antitrust experts cautioned that a settlement on the concerns that go to the core of the search giant's business was a long shot.

Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia laid out the regulator's main concerns — focusing on how Google treats rival specialized search providers and its search advertising policies — and said the company had a "matter...
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