The EU Commission clears a joint venture agreement between two mobile network operators and explains why their network sharing agreement does not raise competition concerns (INWIT/ TIM / Vodafone)

Network sharing and EU competition law in the 5G era: A case of policy mismatch* In January 2020, Vodafone Italia and Telecom Italia notified the Commission of a JV agreement to pool together their passive infrastructure. Under this agreement, Vodafone’s passive infrastructure is combined with the assets of INWIT, an undertaking solely controlled by Telecom Italia that owns and operates the latter’s passive infrastructure. After the transaction,

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Damien Geradin, Theano Karanikioti, The EU Commission clears a joint venture agreement between two mobile network operators and explains why their network sharing agreement does not raise competition concerns (INWIT/ TIM / Vodafone), 6 March 2020, e-Competitions TLC Networks and the 5G, Art. N° 99733

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