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Ofcom proposed plan of work for 2020-21

04.03.2020
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IIC recognised in Ofcom's Annual Plan

The IIC is pleased to be officially recognised in Ofcom's proposed plan of work for 2020-21, for its role in bringing together regulatory bodies, industry, academics and the wider stakeholder community to share best practice and debate the issues affecting the sector.

The Plan includes continued participation in the work of the International Institute of Communications (IIC) as part of section 3.26 on 'Support through Brexit and continued international relationships'.

The final document will be published in March 2020.

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The IIC is pleased to be recognised in Ofcom's proposed plan of work for 2020-21. The Plan includes continued participation in the work of the International Institute of Communications (IIC) as part of the section on 'Support through Brexit and continued international relationships'.

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UK
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