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Belgium fined for delay in adopting EU broadband directive

Tuesday 9 July 2019 | 09:25 CET | News
Belgium must pay a daily fine of EUR 5,000 for failure to transpose fully and notify the European Commission of its adoption of the directive on supporting the roll-out of broadband networks. The Commission took the country to the Court of Justice in Luxembourg, as Belgium, and in particular the Brussels Capital region, still has not fully implemented the directive, after a deadline of 01 January 2016.

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