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EC to relax regulation in exchange for investment - report

Wednesday 7 September 2016 | 13:54 CET | News
Further details of the European Commission's plans for reforming wholesale broadband access regulation have emerged in a draft document seen by Reuters. According to the report, national regulators would be required to take into account existing commercial agreements between operators when deciding whether to force them to allow competitors access to their networks. National regulators will also have to weigh up the range of retail choices available to users to ensure that regulation is not more of a burden than necessary on operators' decisions to invest, the document says. National

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