Reuters is reporting that EU regulators will unconditionally approve the $1.4 billion deal, after previously expressing concerns that it could let Amazon restrict competition in the robot vacuum cleaner market and give the e-commerce giant access to an unfair amount of user data. The deal was approved by the UK’s antitrust regulator in June.
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