CASE COMMENTS: ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS - INFRINGEMENT - GERMANY

Telecommunications - Access to large band VDSL: The European Commission launches infringement proceedings against Germany for “regulatory holidays” for Deutsche Telekom (IP 26 February 2007)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. EC Commission, Press Release IP/07/737, 26 February 2007, Commission launches "fast track" infringement proceedings against Germany for "regulatory holidays" for Deutsche Telekom On 26 February 2007, the Commission launched an accelerated infringement procedure against Germany regarding the 'regulatory break' granted to Deutsche Telekom in the context of the roll-out of its fibre network (IP/07/237). Access to the new very high-speed VDSL network Amendments to the German Telecommunications Act proposed by the German government in spring 2006 would allow the incumbent operator to deny its competitors access to its new very high-speed network based on

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Denis Lescop, Telecommunications - Access to large band VDSL: The European Commission launches infringement proceedings against Germany for “regulatory holidays” for Deutsche Telekom (IP 26 February 2007), 26 February 2007, Concurrences N° 2-2007, Art. N° 13512, pp. 167-168

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