LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook and Google said on Wednesday they would work with British government and CMA competition watchdog on digital advertising after the CMA said it could recommend strengthening regulation.
Facebook said: “We are fully committed to engaging in the consultation process around the CMA’s preliminary report.”
Ronan Harris, vice president of Google UK and Ireland, said: “We’ll continue to work constructively with the CMA and the government.”
Reporting by Paul Sandle; editing by Jason Neely
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