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Czech regulator revenues led by spectrum fees in 2016

Monday 13 March 2017 | 14:07 CET | News
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Czech regulator CTU reported revenues of CZK 4.372 billion and expenses of CZK 709 million in 2016. A significant part of revenues came from frequency auctions (CZK 2.643 billion) and from radio spectrum administration (CZK 1.122 billion).

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