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The Three Criteria Test: It’s not all about price

September 27, 2017 | | Serafino Abate

Assessing the impact of a merger – or predicting the impact of a merger – is a matter of both law and practice. Authorities strive for consistency of approach with assessments ...
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Competition Policy in the Digital Age Case Studies from Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa

December 16, 2016 | | East Asia and Pacific | Sub-Saharan Africa | Emanuela Lecchi

Competition law and the functioning of regulation are often analysed and discussed in abstract form. Telecommunications regulatory authorities establish frameworks to facilitate ...
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Policy recommendations to enable small cell deployments

December 8, 2016 | | Global | Jack Rowley

Growing demand for mobile network connectivity associated with increased smartphone ownership, greater mobile usage indoors and higher data rates is driving the evolution of mobile ...
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Ensuring Europe’s Leadership in 5G

November 21, 2016 | | Daniel Pataki

What will it take to ensure that Europe becomes a leader in 5G and what will this mean for mobile operators, business and European citizens? Is industry doing enough? How can policymakers ...
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Delivering a Digital Future for Argentina

October 25, 2016 | | Latin America & the Caribbean | Serafino Abate

Keys to the modernisation of digital ecosystem regulation in Argentina The rapid take up of new technologies including mobile communications, digital platforms, big data, cloud computing ...
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Resetting competition policy frameworks for the digital ecosystem

October 20, 2016 | | Global | Mani Manimohan

In a free and open market, competition drives business to offer the best possible range of goods and services at the best possible prices. This is good for society, as effective competition ...
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