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Comment Neelie
[...] This has to work on several levels. If copper access is priced too low, it may erode broadband retail prices and make fibre products less attractive to invest in. If too high, incumbents may prefer to make good, easy profits on legacy infrastructure rather than invest significant amounts in new fibre networks. Furthermore, an inconsistent approach within Europe would have implications for market development.