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Breko, VATM, Telekom respond to EU telco reform paper

Friday 11 March 2016 | 17:20 CET | News
German telecoms industry groups Breko and VATM have responded to media reports that the Federal Government has drawn up an opinion paper on the revision of the European telecoms regulatory framework. Breko said that the report like a lobbying paper by Deutsche Telekom and insisted that the Government should promote dynamic investment competition and not act as the mouthpiece for the former monopoly. VATM president Juergen Gruetzner said that it was very unhappy about the paper and believed that it does not represent the final position of the Federal Government. A spokesperson for Deutsche

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Companies: BREKO / Deutsche Telekom / VATM
Countries: Germany
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