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In Brief: No legal progress

In Brief: No legal progress

SOK Roeun, the deputy prosecutor overseeing Mobitel’s legal case against mobile competitor Beeline, said Tuesday there has been no further progress in the case at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court. He told the Post at the end of September that the case, which centres on Mobitel’s allegations against Beeline that it has been price-dumping and using Mobitel's prefixes illegally, was filed at the beginning of August. Since that time the government has passed a prakas (edict) on interconnectivity and is due to pass another on pricing.


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