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MOSCOW, October 25. /TASS/. The Moscow Arbitration Court adjourned the case of the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) against Google in the amount of 438.1 mln rubles ($7.06 mln) until November 1, TASS reported from the court room.
"A break in the court session is announced until November 1," the judge said.
Google representative petitioned in court to hear the case behind closed doors, as part of the review will disclose commercial classified information. In turn, Yandex filed an application for participation in the fine case as a third party and FAS supported the petition. According to Google representative, the Russian company does not have the right to participate in this case, because it was not granted a victim status under Russia’s Code of Administrative Offences.
According to the judge, the parties must prepare supporting statements for their positions on the issues.