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Google Publishes Concessions Deal to Settle EU Antitrust Probe

Google Inc. published details of the concessions it’s making to European Union regulators to settle a three-year antitrust probe.

Google will dodge EU fines and any finding that it discriminated against competing sites after the European Commission said last week that it accepted the company’s offer to show rival links next to its own specialized searches, such as Google Shopping. Competitors will pay at least 3 euro cents (4 U.S. cents) to bid for a spot in a shaded box on some of Google’s search pages.