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Big Tech could see some EU antitrust probes end in next 18 months, Guersent says

Companies including Google, Apple, Meta Platforms and Amazon may see final decisions in high-profile EU antitrust probes in the next 18 months, according to a top European Commission official. 

A new industry-wide regulation, known as the Digital Markets Act, will apply to the tech giants as of March 2024, and Olivier Guersent said

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