AGCOM

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AGCOMAutorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni (Italy)
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AGCOM found that the emissions cheating amounted to "unfair commercial practice" by misleading consumers as to VW's well-advertised green credentials.
The telecom operator got a preliminary nod from AGCOM on the spin-off in late July.
Les partenaires de ce jumelage sont pour l'Etat Beneficiaire, l'Instance Nationale des Telecommunications, INT, et pour les Etats Membres, la Autorita per le garanzie nelle Comunicazioni, AGCOM (Italie) ; la Direction Generale des Entreprises, DGE (France) et la ComisiEn Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia, CNMC (Espagne).
24 September 2013 a[euro]" It would be radical and too hard to force Telecom Italia SpA (BIT:TIT) to spin-off its fixed line phone network, as suggested by an official at Italian telecommunications regulator AGCOM, Reuters cited junior industry minister Antonio Catricala as saying.
The case concerns the amendment of a recent law on Italian telecommunications that obliges AGCOM to separate (or unbundle) ancillary services from the provision of wholesale network access.
Therefore, the related burden will be supposedly left to the Courts, with a case-by-case approach, unless more clarity will be provided by the AGCOM (35).
AGCOM said that the ruling, which was anticipated at 15% rather than 20%, is in line with the trend in Europe for cutting mobile phone call tariffs.
24 September 2013 - It would be radical and too hard to force Telecom Italia SpA (BIT:TIT) to spin-off its fixed line phone network, as suggested by an official at Italian telecommunications regulator AGCOM, Reuters cited junior industry minister Antonio Catricala as saying.
731/09/CONS, signed on 16 December 2009, the Italian telecoms regulator AGCOM approved a new set of rules for granting access to new NGN infrastructure and fostering its deployment.
Italy: admin court reverses AGCOM decision on bitstream
23 September 2013 - Italian telecom regulator AGCOM should look into the possibility of ordering Telecom Italia SpA (BIT:TIT) to separate its fixed line phone network if the company does not push ahead voluntarily with its plan on the move, AGCOM telecom commissioner Antonio Preto said, as cited by Reuters.
Last month, Italya[euro](tm)s telecoms regulator AGCOM said it had approved the planned spin-off following a preliminary review.