Cullen International has contributed, with WIK and CRIDS, to an important study for the European Commission. The study focuses on how the present regulatory framework has been implemented for three areas:
- the process for authorising companies to provide services and how this has affected market entry;
- the rules for managing spectrum and numbers, and whether planning rules unduly restrict operators from rolling out infrastructure; and
- consumer protection rules, including the interaction of general horizontal rules and rules specific to the communications sector.
The study provides significant input to the Commission’s proposals to revise the current regulatory framework and create a new European Electronic Communications Code.
14 November 18
New benchmark on obligations/quotas to promote children's programmes in Europe
Our new benchmark shows if commercial broadcasters and public service broadcasters are subject to requirements on the promotion of programmes or channels aimed at children.
12 November 18
Our coverage of Central American and Caribbean countries is increasing with Cuba and Guatemala
Cullen International’s Americas Telecoms Country Profiles provide the key facts about the telecoms sector, including the main policy priorities, in 20 countries in the region - now also covering Cuba and Guatemala.
08 November 18
New benchmark on taxation of online platforms in Europe
This new benchmark looks at whether EU member states have proposed or adopted specific taxes on digital services.