Germany Disagrees With E.C. On Telecom Bill

Law360, New York (March 29, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The European Commission has reportedly received a letter from Germany’s government that takes issues with the Commission’s interpretation of German legislation as allowing Deutsche Telekom AG to defy E.U. regulations directing dominant telecom companies to open up their networks to competition.

The letter was received late Wednesday, according to Dow Jones, less than a day before the E.C. released its twelfth report on Europe's telecom markets. According to the report, consumers are benefiting from European telecom rules, but obstacles, such delays in imposing remedies to competition...
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