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Liberty Global CEO critical of EU push for new regulatory framework

Wednesday 27 September 2017 | 10:54 CET | News
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries is concerned about the European Commission's plans for new regulations, especially regarding proposals made by the Electronic Communications Code to "pre-emptively" prevent duopolies or oligopolies through joint dominance rules.

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Companies: Deutsche Telekom / Europese Commissie / KPN / Liberty Global
Countries: Europe / Netherlands
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