South Korea’s top antitrust regulator, the Fair Trade Commission (kftc), is speeding up a review of Google’s new policy and its impact, which plans to raise the Commission on transactions through its app store to 30% next October. Kftc is investigating South Korean game developers, online music streaming media and network platform operators who launch app services through Google App store. < / P > < p > Yoo Byung Joon, a professor at the Business School of Seoul National University, estimates that the increase in Google’s Commission will reduce sales of app developers by 2.11 trillion won (about $1.9 billion). Musicians will get less income from streaming music services, and songwriters and singers will have to pay more for streaming music services from the audience. < / P > < p > kftc will send a review report to Google early next year, involving its accusation of forcing South Korean game companies to publish apps only in Google’s app store. In mid December, the agency submitted another investigation, accusing Google of preventing local companies from introducing games into its competitors’ operating services. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today