Promoting high-speed broadband networks: regulatory policies & market responses 16 September 21 | ONLINE

This 45-minute free, but by invitation only, webinar will discuss the key findings of the recent study by Cullen International that compares approaches to wholesale broadband access regulation and the resulting market outcomes across selected European markets.

Article 3 of the European Electronic Communications Code complements the regulatory policy objectives to be pursued by the national regulatory authorities with a new objective of widespread access to and take-up of very high capacity connectivity across the EU.

Achieving very high-capacity connectivity in Europe became a key goal alongside the existing ones of promotion of competition, of the internal market and of end-user interests.

However, the regulatory approaches to promoting high-speed broadband connectivity historically have varied greatly across Member States in the context of different policy priorities, market structures and technological choices.

This 45-minute free, but by invitation onlywebinar will discuss the key findings of the recent study by Cullen International that compares approaches to wholesale broadband access regulation and the resulting market outcomes across selected European markets.

Summary of the main drivers for competition (Cullen International)

When? Thursday, 16 September 2021, from 3:00 PM to 3:45 PM (CEST / GMT+2 - Check your time zone)

Important: NO RECORDING will be made available after the webinar. Only the presentation will be shared with all registrants.

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