Commissioner Neelie Kroes brought her campaign for a single communications market to Dublin with a major speech.
She pledged that the Digital Agenda would "create a new regulatory environment for broadband" and said that she would "soon be ready to put it in place," adding, "more investments are already flowing in, meaning more broadband for more people."
The digital commissioner said that she would focus on "areas critical to a digital single market," which would be done "in spite of huge...
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