Network infrastructure competition has been at the heart of the policy for EU telecoms sector liberalisation. However, replicating networks may be economically inefficient, raise barriers to entry and have an undesirable impact on the environment.
In principle, sector-specific telecoms rules encourage network sharing and co-investment - but market players also need to be aware of competition law concerns.
This infographic provides you with a snapshot of some key mobile network sharing cases in Europe, showing how closer network sharing may induce competition law intervention.
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