Google Inc. (GOOG) has accepted the outline of an antitrust settlement with Europe's competition commission and will enter talks on a formal agreement, the Financial Times reported Tuesday.
Under the outline, Google proposed concessions on both its PC-based and mobile search services, according to the newspaper.
Google has addressed several EU concerns, including a claim that Google's search results favor the company's own products, the FT reported.
The office of Joaquin Almunia, the EU's competition commissioner, declined to comment to the FT. A Google spokesman told the FT "we continue to work cooperatively with the commission."
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