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Telemach leaves Bosnian cable association

Monday 21 January 2013 | 15:04 CET | News
Bosnian cable operator Telemach announced that it has left the Bosnian Cable Operator Association (AKOP). According to a statement issued by the operator, the reason was a disagreement over "privatizing the association by some of its members to achieve their goals, which represented a conflict of interest", producing negative consequences for other members of AKOP including Telemach. The operator recalls that in the past AKOP had a purpose, as it enabled members to enhance their bargaining position in negotiations with TV channels, safeguarded the operations of members, and strengthened the

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Telemach
Countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina
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