INSIGHT-Google anti-trust foes see friend in new EU competition chief

April 9, 2015 6:14 PM

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BRUSSELS, April 9 (Reuters) - After waiting more than four years for Brussels to resolve his anti-trust complaint against Google while traffic to his website plunged by 80 percent, Michael Weber of German online mapping service held out little hope of success. Until now.

He says a meeting with the new competition chief of the European Commission has left him with newfound hope that Brussels will take action at last to curb behaviour by the U.S. Internet giant, which he blames for hurting his business.

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