Axel Springer’s price-comparison shopping service Idealo and 40 other European peers have accused Alphabet Inc’s Google of tilting the playing field in its favor and urged EU antitrust regulators to enforce a ruling against the company.
The joint call by the group ratchets up pressure on European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager to take further action against Google, the world’s most popular internet search engine, two years after she ordered it to stop favoring its own price comparison shopping service (CSS).
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