Russia gives Google one month to lift third-party restrictions

Russia’s  Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has given Google until the 18th of November 2015 to lift restrictions on the pre- installation of  third-party apps on new mobile devices running the Android operating system which it says put the US company in breach of the country’s antitrust laws.
The ruling is a victory for Yandex  which filed the original complaint against Google’s policy of banning manufacturers from preinstalling its app alongside the  Google Play Store and Play services.The  EU has also accused Google of  abusing its market position to promote other services, and the company is under investigation in India. 

Source: Rosbalt