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The European Commission adopts a veto decision requiring the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority to withdraw its draft regulatory measure concerning the market for access and call origination on public mobile telephone networks in Finland (TeliaSonera)

"Two recent veto decisions under the new Regulatory framework for electronic communications: The importance of competition law principles in market analysis"*1. Introduction In October 2004, the Commission exercised its socalled ‘veto power’ under Article 7 of the Directive on a common regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services (Framework Directive)for the second and the third time [1] On 5 October 2004, the Commission adopted a veto decision requiring the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (Ficora)to withdraw its draft regulatory measure concerning the market for access and call origination on public mobile telephone networks in Finland. On 20 October 2004, the Commission requested the Austrian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TKK)to

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  • Telefonica (Düsseldorf)
  • Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (Brussels)
  • DG CNECT (Brussels)

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Dirk Grewe, Andras G. Inotai, Stefan Kramer, The European Commission adopts a veto decision requiring the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority to withdraw its draft regulatory measure concerning the market for access and call origination on public mobile telephone networks in Finland (TeliaSonera), 5 October 2004, e-Competitions October 2004, Art. N° 37323

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