The EU Commission hits telecoms with fines of 70 million euros for abusing the Slovak broadband market (Slovak Telecom)

European Commission Hits Telecoms With Fines Of 70 Million Euros For Abusing Slovak Broadband Market* Co-written by Yulia Tosheva. The European Commission has signalled that it is not dialing down its scrutiny of the telecommunications sector by imposing fines totalling 70 million euros on Slovak Telekom and its parent company, Deutsche Telekom. On October 15, 2014, the Commission imposed a fine of 38,838,000 euros on Slovak Telekom and Deutsche Telekom for pursuing an abusive strategy designed to exclude competitors from the Slovak market for broadband services for more than five years. Deutsche Telekom was held to be jointly

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James Ashe-Taylor, The EU Commission hits telecoms with fines of 70 million euros for abusing the Slovak broadband market (Slovak Telecom), 15 October 2014, e-Competitions October 2014, Art. N° 69839

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