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Sweden’s PriceRunner sues Google for €2.1 billion

By DW
08 February 2022   |   12:20 pm
Swedish price comparison firm PriceRunner accused Google of "abusing the market" by promoting its own shopping comparisons in search results despite a 2017 EU ruling.

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