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Supreme Court refuses to interfere with NCLAT order, asks Google to comply

The apex court, however, directed the NCLAT to dispose of the appeal filed by Google by March 31, 2023

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The Supreme Court, on Thursday, refused to interfere with the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) order imposing a penalty of Rs 1,338 crore on Google India for abuse of dominance in relation to the Android ecosystem, the Livelaw reported.
The apex court, however, directed the NCLAT to dispose of the appeal filed by Google by March 31, 2023.
The Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud refrained from commenting on the merits of the matter as the matter is still pending in NCLAT. 
The bench also affirmed that the CCI findings "cannot be regarded as contrary to the

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First Published: Jan 19 2023 | 5:02 PM IST

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