The Moscow arbitration court postponed on December 8 consideration of the claim of Google to invalidate the fines of the Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS) in the amount of 438,1 million rubles. This was announced by the head of Department of regulation of communications and information technologies of the FAS Elena zaeva, reports TASS.
The court also decided that the meeting will be held in private, and refused the "Yandex" to participate in the proceedings as a third party. Earlier Russian company has participated in the examination of all cases related to the dominance of Google in the Russian market.
2 November FAS will consider the issue of non-U.S. company regulations of the Department and may impose a fine of 300-500 thousand rubles, the two structures — Google Inc. and Google Ireland Ltd. These penalties American company will also be able to challenge in court.
31 October, the head of FAS Igor Artemyev reported, that Google does not takes previously issued by the Antimonopoly service of the injunction and threatened to go to court. In the U.S. corporations of charges of sabotage rejected.
19 September it became known about Google filing to the Arbitration court of Moscow the cassation appeal on court decisions in favor of the FAS. Previously, the Internet giant asked to extend the period of execution of orders on elimination of violations, but the Bank refused this request.
In mid-September, the head of the FAS said, that the settlement agreement between the competition authority and Google were not to be.
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 apps in Russia. This was preceded by the proceedings initiated by "Yandex". The Russian company has accused the American Corporation that agreements with manufacturers of smartphones Google has restricted the installation of applications and services of other developers.