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Parliamentary questions
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11 October 2018
E-004315/2018(ASW)
Answer given by Ms Vestager on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-004315/2018

Whilst the Google Shopping Decision indeed establishes a framework for the assessment of the legality of Google's treatment in its search results of other specialised Google search services, it does not replace the need for a case-specific analysis to account for the specific characteristics of each market.

The Commission can assure the Honourable Member that it continues to investigate actively Google's treatment in its search results of other specialised Google search services, including the issues related to local search that Yelp raised in its recent complaint.

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