Prime News, International, Brussels, June 27:- European regulators imposed a fine of 2.42 billion euros on Google for violating anti-trust rules with its online shopping service.
European regulators accused of Google of giving undue advantage to another Google products, abusing its dominance over the other search engines.
EU mandated Google 90 days to pay or face a fine of up to five percent the average daily turnover of parent company ‘Alphabet’.
The EU commission, who oversee the competition rules, allege Google of increase its shopping service, when other shopping service might have offered better deals.
Google meanwhile stated that, its intension is to make easier for consumers to find out in a way it is easier for them.
-(NAV, Input; Agencies)