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British watchdog investigating Google takeover of knowledge corporate

Britain’s festival watchdog introduced an investigation Tuesday into Google’s acquisition of a knowledge analytics corporate.

The Pageant and Markets Authority (CMA) started the inquiry into the merger between Google and Looker Knowledge Sciences Monday, in step with an up to date announcement.

The watchdog will make a decision on Feb. 13 whether or not to pursue a better investigation.

A Google spokesperson stated in a observation “the purchase of Looker has gained regulatory approval within the U.S. and Austria and we proceed to make growth with regulators within the U.Okay.”

This month CMA stated it used to be having a look into whether or not the purchase would lead to much less festival within the British marketplace, in step with AP.

Google introduced in June it might gain Looker for $2.6 billion.

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