In October of last year, India’s competition watchdog slapped Google with a $146 million dollar fine for having abused its dominant position in the Android mobile market.

Earlier this year, Google came back with an unusual response. Accusing the Competition Commission of India of having copied a previous European Commission antitrust ruling, the U.S. tech giant claimed it had found “more than 50 instances of copy-pasting” in a filing to an Indian appeals tribunal. 

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