The European Regulators Group publishes a common position on best practice in remedies imposed by NRAs on undertakings holding a significant market power in the relevant market for wholesale leased lines

Background The European Regulators Group («ERG») has been established by Commission Decision 2002/627 of 29 July 2002 following the adoption of the 2002 regulatory framework for electronic communications. Its purpose is to provide an interface between the national regulatory authorities (NRAs) and the Commission and serve as a body for reflection, debate and advice for the Commission in the electronic communications field. The ERG is composed of the heads of the NRAs of the EU Member States and a Commission representative and aims at contributing both to the development of the internal market and to the consistent application in all Member States of the regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services. Since it became operational in 2003, the ERG has produced a

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Liliana Eskenazi, The European Regulators Group publishes a common position on best practice in remedies imposed by NRAs on undertakings holding a significant market power in the relevant market for wholesale leased lines, 31 March 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 18723

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