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The EU on Thursday approved U.S. tech giant Apple's plan to buy leading song-recognition app Shazam, saying the move would not reduce choice for music streaming consumers.Apple announced the deal in December last year in a fresh effort to gain an edge in the music streaming market where Sweden-based Spotify dominates.Apple CEO Tim Cook said in May the company's streaming service Apple Music had hit 50 million paying subscribers -- well back on the 83 million announced by Spotify in July.
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