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Microsoft and Google agree to withdraw all mutual regulatory complaints
Reached giants Microsoft and Google to the agreement to withdraw all regulatory complaints Rftaha on each other, according to reports from Reuters news agency , citing the two companies said on Friday.
A Microsoft spokesman said in an e-mail that the company has agreed to withdraw its regulatory complaints filed on Google, which reflects the changing legal priorities. Now it will continue to focus strongly on the competition for their business and for their customers.
For its part, Google said told Reuters in an email that separate the two companies want to aggressively compete on the basis of the advantages of their products, not the exception “due process.”
It is noteworthy that the two companies were had agreed in September / September last to forget all the disputes relating to the violation of patents to each other, and the settlement of 18 cases in the United States and Germany.
Google said on Friday: “… after our agreement relating to patents, and now we have agreed to withdraw its regulatory complaints filed against each other.”
The rival companies to Google has filed lawsuits last year by the regulators in the United States accuses of abusing the dominance of the Android operating system to acquire the advertising market via mobile devices.
The settlement between Microsoft and Google comes two days after accusing the European Union Google of abusing the dominance of the Android operating system.
Organizers said the EU anti-monopoly by forcing that Google smart phone manufacturers to pre-install hers search engine and Web browser Chrome deprive consumers of a wider choice of mobile applications and stifles innovation.
Google already faces accusations from the European Union on promoting its own shopping service in searches on the Internet at the expense of competing services, in an ongoing issue since late 2010 in spite of three attempts to resolve these issues.Viewing:-112
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