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Berec calls for tools to fight 'non-monopolies'

Thursday 18 May 2017 | 16:53 CET | Author: Bart Garvelink | Background
Berec has analysed the European Commission's proposals for the telecom sector. In September 2016, the Commission unveiled its plans for a new Electronic Communications Code, the successor to the current regulatory framework and various directives and recommendations governing the industry. The national regulators, united in Berec, have now given their response, in a series of technical papers over a variety of subjects. Berec made a number of suggestions for improvement, and found that some proposals could have negative consequences or even make effective oversight impossible. One of the

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