Since helping shape the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT) in 1948, the World Trade Organization’s forerunner, the US has been at the forefront of trade liberalization. That era appears to be ending.
European regulators have fined Google €4.3 billion for breaching anti-trust rules. The Internet giant is accused of unfairly marginalizing rivals by requiring phone makers to pre-install Android apps.
EU fines Google a record €4.3 billion - Amazon workers protesting in Europe - Erdogan extends autocratic rule to central bank
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