Google vows to cooperate with India antitrust watchdog after Android ruling

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By Aditya Kalra NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Google said on Friday it will cooperate with India’s competition authority after the Supreme Court upheld stringent antitrust directives forcing the U.S. firm to change how it markets its popular Android platform in a key growth market. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) ruled in October that Google, owned by Alphabet Inc, exploited its dominant position in Android and told it to remove restrictionson device makers, including those related to pre-installation of apps and ensuring exclusivity of its search. It also fined Google $161 million. Google ha…

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