Google plans legal fight against India regulators’ antitrust actions: report

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Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +4.64% GOOG, +4.55% Google is preparing a legal fight over $275 million in fines by Indian regulators for antitrust violations last week that Google claims would change its approach to its Android operating system, according to a Reuters report. Indian officials levied $275 million in two decisions last week: one for the company’s policies of charging in-app commissions, the other for abusing its position in the market for Android operating system. Google was not immediately available for comment.

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