EU regulators are close to wrapping up their third Instance against Enforcement unit Google Between its AdSenseMarketing Assistance, Europe’s antitrust chief said on Wednesday, suggesting that the company may soon be hit by another Heavy fine.
The comments from European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager come four weeks later she levied a listing EUR 4.34 billion ($5 billion) good against Google for using its favorite Android cellphone working system to block competitions.
That followed a EUR 2.4 billion fine levied on the business this past year after it thwarted competitions of shopping comparison sites.
The European Commission at 2016 started a third instance as it accused Google of preventing third parties with its AdSense product from showing search ads from Google’s competitors.
“We’re coming to the conclusion of the research,” Vestager told colleagues in the Internet Summit in Lisbon when requested for an update on this analysis.
Vestager can fine companies up to 10 percent of the worldwide turnover for violating EU rules.