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Wednesday July 15th, 2020

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Fibre optic – a way to increase the attractiveness and development of regions

By 2025, the entire metropolitan area will be connected to fibre-optic cable. This rollout is eagerly awaited in rural and suburban areas. This would result in a positive impact on the local economy.

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