Europeans to learn from Chorus, Telecom structural separation

For a cool €1000 plus VAT European telcos, regulators and policy makers can learn from New Zealand’s experience structurally separating the network company Chorus from Telecom NZ.

Can structural separation via spin-offs help Europe achieve its broadband ambitions? is a report by Diffraction Analysis and includes a chapter on the New Zealand experience: Chorus: the marathon man that stumbled on the last mile.

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