Google will launch a fightback against Brussels this week when the company lodges an appeal against its record monopoly abuse fine.

The internet giant is expected to file the response to the European Commission’s €2.4bn (£2.2bn) penalty on Monday, the deadline for submitting an appeal.


Google, which is facing further multi-billion euro fines in the coming months over its Android software and online advertising network, has been weighing up a challenge since it was fined in June and the company’s hand was strengthened last week when Intel won an appeal over its own €1.1bn fine for breaking competition law.

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