WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday, the European Union, was in protest against the AMERICAN technology companies such as Facebook and Alphabet, Inc. ‘ s Google, it says to take legal action against these companies, the regulations of the United States of america.
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“She doesn’t like the United States of america may be even worse than that, the only person I’ve ever met,” He said in an interview with the Fox Business Network, in a clear reference to the EU’s commissioner for competition, Margrethe Vestager. Her office declined to comment.
The european competition authority has a tough stance against Google, and, passing three penalties for a total of more than $9 billion in the last couple of years.
In 2017, in a deal with the EU, Google has agreed to pay $2.7 billion to settle claims that the state of the country-based business in the direction of the center platform. In March, it was fined $1.7 billion), in a case of focusing on the illegal business practices in search, advertising, brokering, between 2006 and 2016.
“What are they doing to our country. She complains of all of our businesses. We need to complain to Google and Facebook and all that, that maybe we will,” he said. “They’re suing Apple for billions of dollars. She’s suing everyone.”
“They make it almost impossible to do in a two-way business,” He said, reprising his often-heard complaint is that in Europe, includes the United States of america is worse than China when it comes to the market.
The EU’s anti-trust system is different from that of the United States of america, with the aid of the launch of the research, and then you have the issue of a statement. The targeted companies are then able to challenge those decisions, it’s legal.
He also reiterated his opinion that the social media companies to discriminate against conservatives.
The U.S. government is gearing up to investigate the Amazon.com Apple, Facebook and Google to abuse their enormous power in the market, sources told Reuters earlier in June, the construction of which would be an unprecedented, broad probe of some of the largest companies in the world.
“They need to be sued,” He said.
The White House said on Wednesday it would host a social media summit on July 11. It was not immediately clear who might have been on the rise.
Reporting by Susan Heavey and Tim Ahmann; Additional reporting by Makini Brice and David Shepardson; Editing by Nick Zieminski and Paul Commented