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The Integration of Competition Law Principles in the New European Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications

@article{Streel2003TheIO,
  title={The Integration of Competition Law Principles in the New European Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications},
  author={A. D. Streel},
  journal={World Competition},
  year={2003},
  volume={26},
  pages={489-514}
}
A new regulatory framework for electronic communications (fixed and mobile telephony, Internet, cable TV…) is due to be applicable in the Member States of the European Union in July 2003. One of the main important aspects of the framework is the regulation of the operators enjoying significant market power, which has now been aligned on competition law principles. This paper describes the three steps to be followed by a national regulatory authority to impose obligations upon these operators… Expand
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