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EU: Commission accuses Deutsche Telekom’s Czech unit of blocking rivals

 |  August 7, 2019

EU antitrust regulators on Wednesday, August 7, charged Deutsche Telekom’s Czech unit—O2 CZ—and Czech telecoms infrastructure provider Cetin with restricting competition via their network sharing deal.

The European Commission stated the deal, which the two major players and Cetin struck in 2011 and have subsequently expanded in its scope, reduced competition in the more densely populated areas of the Czech Republic.

Full Content: Reuters

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