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The Huawei Question: Managing the Competitive Consequences

By Kalyan Dasgupta, Leonard Waverman & Mark Williams1   Introduction The U.S. government’s recent tightening of sanctions around Huawei may effectively take decisions on Huawei’s participation...
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Should The EU’s Forthcoming Ex Ante Regulation of Digital Gatekeepers be...

By Damien Geradin (ThePlatform Law Blog) As discussed in a prior post, the European Commission is currently working on an ex...
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IPR Policy as Strategy – The Battle to Define the Meaning...

The current contentions over SEP licensing in mobile telecommunications is primarily a result of the success of standardization to build a multi-trillion-dollar...

US: Turner CEO calls Gov “Clueless” about AT&T-Time Warner merger

Turner CEO John Martin thinks his future bosses at AT&T have some work to do.  The telecommunications giants "have let us down," Martin on Tuesday,...

Proposals to Streamline Federal and State Regulatory Review of Transactions in...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Proposals to Streamline Federal and State Regulatory Review of Transactions in the Communications Industry By Samuel Feder (Jenner & Block...

Competition and Vertical/Agglomeration Effects in Media Mergers: Bagging Bundle Benefits

Posted by Social Science Research Network Competition and Vertical/Agglomeration Effects in Media Mergers: Bagging Bundle Benefits By Bronwyn E. Howell (Victoria University of Wellington) & Petrus...

Mexican Telecom Reform, Private Interest First?

Posted by Social Science Research Network Mexican Telecom Reform, Private Interest First? By Clara Luz Alvarez (Universidad Panamericana) Abstract:       Telecommunications reform, one of the pillars...

Spain: Nokia Networks fined in antitrust case

Spanish communications and competition regulator, CNMC, has fined Nokia Solutions and Networks Spain a total of EUR 1.74 million (US$1.94m) following anticompetitive behavior in...

Canada: Country ‘needs more mobile competition’, says regulator

Canadian mobile operators should expect more competition, the country’s telecom regulator warned during his last week of office. Jean-Pierre Blais, whose five-year term of office...

Italy: Watchdog gives Vivendi a year to cut stake in Telecom...

AGCOM said on Tuesday France's Vivendi had one year to cut its stake in either Telecom Italia or broadcaster Mediaset to comply with Italian...

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