Google working with EU over rivals' concerns

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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Web search giant Google said on Tuesday it was working with the European Commission to address competition concerns after a rival renewed complaints of anticompetitive behaviour.


"We continue to work cooperatively with the European Commission, explaining many aspects of our business," Google spokesman Al Verney said.

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"We believe there is always room for improvement, so we are working to address any potential concerns."

The creator of French legal search engine said earlier it had added to its complaints to European regulators over Google's business practices.

The French company is one of three online search engines that have already accused the world's No. 1 in web search of abusing its dominant position by demoting rival sites in results and giving preference to its own services.