European Union telecommunications regulations may soon undergo some changes.
Michaela Petríková from the Transport Ministry stated at "Electronic Communications 2008 - New Trends, New Services, New Possibilities," a conference that was organised by JP Know-How under the auspices of the Transport Ministry, that all EU member states had rejected the European Commission’s (EC) proposal to establish a European Electronic Communications Market Authority (EECMA).
Petríková said that this proposal would be postponed until all other EC regulatory directives are dealt with. The European Commission is also considering how to achieve its goals without creating the EECMA. SITA
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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15. May 2008 at 10:00