Brazil’s antitrust Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade) shelved an anti-competitive conduct lawsuit against Google. The technology giant had been accused of copying content from competitors and using it in its search engine.
The Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade), a watchdog linked to the Brazilian government, has opened an inquiry into supposed anti-competitive practices related to Google’s operational system Android in Brazil.
Members of the Administrative Board for Economic Defense (Cade) at a floor session today (Jun 11) voted four to two to approve Petrobras’s proposal to sell eight of Brazil’s state-controlled oil giant’s 13 refinement units.
Brazil's antitrust agency CADE (Administrative Council for Economic Defense) voted 4-2 to approve the merger of the two biggest agribusiness corporations on the planet—the acquisition of US Monsanto Company by German Bayer.