Russian court turns down appeal from Google in anti-monopoly case
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian court on Wednesday turned down an appeal from Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL) in an anti-monopoly case over pre-installed applications on mobile devices running the Android operating system, Interfax news agency reported.
Earlier Russia's anti-monopoly watchdog FAS imposed a 438 million ruble ($6.83 million) fine on Google after ruling that the firm had violated Russian anti-monopoly rules.
(Reporting by Alexander Winning, writing by Denis Pinchuk)
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