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EU Antitrust Chief Keeps Open Mind on Next Steps in Google Case

  • Vestager says she's still examining responses to EU complaint
  • Google criticized parts of EU case as peculiar and problematic

The European Union’s antitrust chief shrugged off Google’s attack on EU allegations that the search-engine company abused its monopoly power, saying she hasn’t made up her mind on how the probe will play out.

Margrethe Vestager said her staff in the European Commission is analyzing Google’s highly critical response to a statement of objections “with an open mind.”