The Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS) imposed a fine for Google in the amount of one million rubles for failure to execute the order in the case of Android. About it reports TASS with reference to the press-release reads.
The document States that service fined for two structures included in the American Corporation, Google Inc. and Google Ireland Limited on 500 thousand rubles for each. The press release also States that previously the regulator rejected Google to extend the deadlines requirements.
31 October, the head of FAS Igor Artemyev said the fact that Google is sabotaging the execution of the order service about elimination of infringements in the Russian market of mobile applications. The Minister stressed that for the failure to perform the requirements of the FAS plans to fine the Corporation "each time as this allows Cao, up to the moment until they obey the commands of the".
Artemyev also said that the contempt of court criminal liability for managers responsible for the execution of the order.
11 Aug FAS fined Google Corporation to 438 million rubles. In September last year, the Agency acknowledged Google Inc. and Google Ireland Limited the violators of the law on protection of competition in terms of abuse of a dominant position on the market of pre-installed mobile applications in Russia.
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