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MOSCOW, November 22. /TASS/. The Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) will take action if Google dose not report on implementation of the service’s orders before November 28, FAS press service told TASS.
"Google must notify FAS Russia on implementation of orders to eliminate violations of the antimonopoly legislation before November 28. If it does not happen, FAS will take action," the service said.
Earlier, Head of FAS Igor Artemyev said that if this time the US corporation does not fulfill the requirements, FAS will appeal to the court for compulsory execution.
On November 2, FAS has reviewed the issue of additional penalties for Google due to the company’s non-compliance with the orders regarding the Android case and decided to set two fines for the company’s structures for a total amount of 1 mln rubles ($15,408).
"FAS Russia Google Inc. and Google Ireland Limited are administratively responsible for non-compliance with orders. The service has set the fine of 500,000 ($7,868) for each company. Earlier FAS refused to extend Google’s deadline for complying with the requirements," FAS said at the time.
These were the first fines for the corporation for non-compliance with orders. Earlier, Head of FAS Igor Artemyev told journalists that FAS could fine Google every two weeks if the company delays enforcing regulations of the service.
On November 1, the Moscow Arbitration Court adjourned the case of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) fine for Google for December 8.