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Apple accused of breaking EU law over App Store sales fees

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iPhone and iPad maker distorts competition for streaming services such as Spotify, says commissioner Apple has been accused of breaking EU law by charging high fees and setting unfair rules on those selling their products in its App Store, resulting typically in a 30% price hike for paying customers. Margrethe Vestager, the European commissioner for competition, said the preliminary view was that Apple had distorted competition in the music streaming market by abusing its dominant position and role as a “gatekeeper” to the 1.8m apps in its store.
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