Booking Holdings’ flagship brand, Booking.com, had not been participating in Google’s vacation rental business, but Singapore-based Agoda has been listing its properties there for at least six months.

But three days after Google announced the introduction of a new vacation rental featurethat directs users from Google Search to its Google Travel page, a Booking Holdings spokesperson said Agoda is in the process of withdrawing, and its listings should be gone shortly.

In a research note sent Tuesday, Justin Patterson of Raymond James said Expedia Group would be the “biggest beneficiary” near-term from Google’s vacation rental business as Expedia brands on desktop had 67 percent share of listings in cities outside the United States, and a 74 percent share in U.S. cities.

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