EU approves France’s scheme for very high speed broadband

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union antitrust regulators on Monday approved France's 13 billion euro ($14.39 billion) scheme to roll out very high speed broadband across the country, saying it did not unduly distort competition. "With these plans all French households and businesses will have access to high speed broadband by 2022. The plans also give more choice in suppliers," Margrethe Vestager, the EU competition commissioner, said in a statement. …

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