The head of the Slovak Telecom monopoly fixed line operator has said the firm will fight the use by competitor firms of its infrastructure in 2003, the date by which the market is to be liberalised.
“If someone thinks he can get something for free, we are not a hospital,” said Mark von Lillienskiold.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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12. Sep 2002 at 9:54