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Dutch Parliament wants extra information about Wibon bill on infrastructure

Wednesday 7 February 2018 | 14:52 CET | News
The Dutch Upper Chamber of Parliament Senate will not yet vote on the Wibon, the bill aimed at simplifying the construction of mobile broadband. Parties in the Chamber still want to ask questions to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate. Handling the bill is expected to last several weeks.

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Categories: General
Companies: Europese Commissie / Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat
Countries: Netherlands
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