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Country's antitrust watchdog on Thursday imposed a Rs 1.36 billion ($21.17 million) fine on Google for "search bias", in the latest regulatory setback for the world's most popular internet search engine.
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) said Google, a unit of U.
S. firm Alphabet Inc, was abusing its dominance in online web search and online search advertising markets.
The company will need to deposit the fine within 60 days, the commission said.
($1 = 64.2500 Indian rupees)
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