Google will continue to challenge India’s antitrust watchdog ruling but will work with authorities “on the way forward,” it said Friday, responding to a high-profile decision by India’s top court this week that corners the Android maker making a series of changes that could overturn the way it does business in its key overseas market.
“We are reviewing the details of yesterday’s decision, which is limited to preliminary injunctions and has not ruled on the merits of our appeal,” a Google spokesperson told TechCrunch.
“Android has brought many benefits to Indian users, developers and OEMs and has played a key role in India’s digital transformation. We remain committed to our users and partners and will work with the CCI moving forward in parallel with our call.”
(More to follow.)