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German parties see need for EUR 20 billion investment in broadband

Monday 13 November 2017 | 09:03 CET | News
Germany needs to invest EUR 20 billion by 2025 in upgrading broadband networks, according to a paper agreed by the four political parties in talks to form a new government. The joint paper seen by Reuters says the parties would make improved broadband for the country a priority. 

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