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    Apple requests dismissal of antitrust case in India | Pocket

    Apple has known as for India’s antitrust watchdog to scrap a case alleging abuse of the Indian app market.

    As reported by Reuters, a submitting was submitted following an investigation by the Competitors Fee of India (CCI), which alleged that Apple’s App Retailer insurance policies undermine builders, specifically its 30 per cent fee.

    Apple has denied the allegations within the investigation and acknowledged that it holds an “insignificant” market share between 0-5 per cent, whereas Google’s Android OS powers the vast majority of smartphones within the nation, representing between 90-100 per cent.

    Looking for dismissal

    “Apple isn’t dominant within the Indian market … With out dominance, there might be no abuse,” stated the agency in its submission.

    “It has already been established that Google is the dominant participant in India.”

    The CCI is predicted to assessment Apple’s request inside the coming weeks, with the chances of ordering a wider investigation into the matter or the potential dismissal of the case.

    Equally, in October a Dutch antitrust authority dominated that Apple’s App Retailer funds are anti-competitive and demanded adjustments be made to its in-app fee insurance policies.

    Earlier this month, Apple was granted a postponement to an earlier judgement that will see the agency take away its anti-steering insurance policies which forestall builders from linking to exterior web sites in app.

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