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March 21, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:56pm

DENMARK WILL MISS TELECOMS DEREGULATION DEADLINE

By CBR Staff Writer

Denmark is going to miss the European deadline for telecommunications deregulation, Reuter reports from Copenhagen: the government said talks with opposition parties on final legislation deregulating the telecommunications industry broke down and would probably not be completed until autumn at the earliest – We are unable to complete our negotiations in time to meet the July deadline, Research Minister Jytte Hilden told the news wire after the talks collapsed – It looks as if the deregulation of the telecommunications industry in Denmark cannot be carried out now until the autumn or early next year, she said. The negotiations between the Social Democrat-led minority government and opposition parties apparently broke down over whether the deregulation bill should embrace the entire market or whether cellular telephony should come under separate legislation.

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