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Merging and growing Romania’s outstanding broadband and other infrastructures

Our focus should be on how we can turn high broadband speed into meaningful advantages on the Digital Economy and Society Index, says Teofil Mureşan, chairman of the board at Electrogrup. He talked to Jerry Cameron about the need for consolidation in the market as well as the impact infrastructure sharing might have on the economy. We recently spoke to Matteo Patrone, Director for Romania at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), who said that one of the challenges for Romania is the infrastructure gap, and in particular in the transport sector, which is both a hindering factor for further economic development and a cause for regional inequality. How do you view the development of infrastructure in the country over the last decades? Generally speaking, the stage that the infrastructure in our country is at currently creates huge disadvantages for Romanian companies. Although it has been developing over the last 20 years, in Romania, there is still discrepancy between the infrastructure in our country and European standards. I consider the biggest one to be in transportation. Apart from the telecommunication infrastructure, all other infrastructures, such as power and gas, water, transportation, railway etc., need important investments. Over the past 20 years we have seen differences between the development of the telecommunication and energy infrastructure. Telecommunication operators, which are large ...
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