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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 position of operators with the regulator and other state institutions, but this is no longer the case. Telemach said it does not exist that AKOP will exist in the long run.

Categories: Fixed
Companies: Telemach
Countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina
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