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Organization: Indipendent Consultant and Bocconi University(Academic)
Regulatory advisor on different NGAN projects. Based in Brussels.
Ph.D candidate in Law and Economics at Bocconi University, with a research on broadband policies.
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It seems that the Italian prime minister, Mario Monti, will propose at EU level to mantain out of fiscal compact investments for broadband and digital agenda:
1) do you think this should be limited to non profitable areas (as it is mainly now given State Aids rules) or else it should start a path where public bodies are more involved in setting up wider infrastructures?
2) should these investments then cover digital divide areas or else focus on real NGAN?
Looking forward to hear from you and I hope it will pop up an interesting debate.