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Italy's Umbria region to get EUR 10 million for broadband

Wednesday 19 December 2012 | 09:05 CET | News
Italy's Umbria region will be able to count on an additional investment of EUR 10 million for overcoming the digital divide. The news was announced by the regional councillor for infrastructure assets, Stefano Vinti, after a meeting in Rome at the Ministry of Economic Development to agree on Umbria's share of the funds provided by the Digital Development Decree. The recently passed legislation foresees an overall national investment in broadband of EUR 150 million in 2013.

Categories: Fixed
Countries: Italy
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