Lucic: MTS to continue to operate in Kosovo-Metohija

BELGRADE - Telekom Srbija CEO Vladimir Lucic said on Wednesday MTS - a Telekom Srbija subsidiary in Kosovo-Metohija - would continue to operate and provide telephony, internet and television services to some 30,000 households in the province.

Speaking to the RTS, Lucic said all subscribers should rest assured of that.

Lucic: Response to Telekom Srbija appeal due in 15 days

LEPOSAVIC - Telekom Srbija CEO Vladimir Lucic said the company had been informed by the so-called Kosovo's business registration agency on Friday that its appeal following the agency's decision to ban the operations of MTS doo - a Telekom Srbija daughter company in Kosovo-Metohija - was due in 15 days, and expressed the confidence the appeal would be accepted.

Lucic: We will fight for unobstructed MTS operations in Kosovo-Metohija

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Telekom Srbija CEO Vladimir Lucic said at the weekend a decision by Pristina's business registration agency to abolish MTS doo, Telekom Srbija's daughter company in Kosovo-Metohija, was completely without legal grounds and that Telekom Srbija would use all legal means available to enable the company to operate without obstructions.

Telekom Srbija: Pristina wants to shut down our daughter company in Kosovo-Metohija

BELGRADE - Telekom Srbija announced on Friday it had received from Pristina's business registers agency a decision abolishing MTS doo, its daughter company in Kosovo-Metohija.

In a statement, Telekom Srbija said the decision, dated July 31, was "factually and legally groundless and contrary to European principles, standards and international law."

Irini Reljin: Competition is welcome on the Telecommunications Market

The entry of the new operator accelerates the competition on the telecommunications market, since the other participants are in some way forced to design attractive offers in order to acquire new and retain existing users, said retired professor of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade Irini Reljin.

EU Blocks LSE, Deutsche Boerse Merger

The European Union has blocked the large-scale merger of the London Stock Exchange with German Deutsche Boerse on the grounds of apprehensions about competition and Brexit.

"After the parties failed to propose the necessary measures for dealing with our apprehensions about competition, the EC decided to ban the merger," stated European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager.

LSE says Deutsche Boerse merger in doubt

The London Stock Exchange on Feb. 26 said it is "highly unlikely" it will be able to meet antitrust conditions set by Brussels for its tie-up with Deutsche Boerse, throwing the merger into doubt.

The announcement by LSE, which also operates the Milan stock exchange, is the latest twist in its longstanding attempt to merge with the German stock exchange operator.