Nov 10 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is about to problem the European Union’s choice to place all the App Retailer into the bloc’s new digital antitrust checklist, Bloomberg Information reported on Friday, citing individuals aware of the matter.
Apple’s attraction remains to be in draft kind and will change earlier than the Nov. 16 deadline to file challenges on the EU’s Common Court docket, in line with the report.
Apple and the EU didn’t instantly reply to Reuters’ requests for remark.
The EU in August adopted the Digital Providers Act (DSA), which units guidelines for firms working giant web platforms.
Reporting by Chandni Shah and Yuvraj Malik in Bengaluru; Enhancing by Anil D’Silva
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