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.eu domain name registrations rise 7% in Q3

Thursday 6 December 2012 | 11:32 CET | News
Third-quarter .eu domain name registrations grew by over 7 percent year-on-year for the second consecutive quarter, according to a report from the .eu registry, EURid. The third quarter's net growth rate of 7.4 percent was consistent with the second quarter's 7.6 percent result.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: EURid
Countries: Europe
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