A non-profit group in the north Indian state of Rajasthan has filed an anti-trust case against Apple similar to that which the iPhone maker faces in the European Union, alleging that the US firm abuses its dominant market position by forcing developers to use its proprietary in-app purchase system.
The Indian competition watchdog, the Competition Commission of India, has asked its director-general to investigate whether Google is indulging in anti-competitive practices through its pay service, Google Pay.
The Competition Commission of India, the country's anti-trust agency, has issued orders for a probe into Google for allegedly abusing the position enjoyed by its Android mobile operating system to block its rivals.
After initially claiming that a fine imposed on it by the Indian anti-trust watchdog raised only "narrow concerns", Google has now changed tack and is alleging that the ruling would cause it "irreparable reputational loss".
The Competition Commission of India, the country's anti-trust watchdog, has fined Google 135.86 crore rupees (about US$21.1 million) for "abusing its dominant position in online general Web search and Web search advertising services in India".
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