European Union regulators on May 3 issued a final warning to Germany over a disputed telecoms law, setting Berlin a tight deadline to withdraw the rules or otherwise face legal action. The European Commission said it had sent Germany a so-called reasoned opinion, stating its concerns about the new law that allows Deutsche Telekom to avoid opening a fast Internet network to rivals. “If Germany does not amend the law to accommodate the commission’s concerns, the case could be referred to the (EU’s...

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