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Agustín Díaz-Pinés

Agustín Díaz-Pinés

Telecommunications Expert, DG Competition, European Commission

Agustín Díaz-Pinés is a telecommunication expert at DG Competition, European Commission, dealing with mergers in the telecommunications, IT and media sectors. He previously worked as an economist/policy analyst at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD, Paris, 2009-2015) in the Digital Economy Division, including projects on international mobile roaming, convergence and various country studies (Mexico, Colombia). He started his career at the Spanish government (State Secretariat for Telecommunications and the Information Society), involved in national and European ICT policy. Mr. Díaz-Pinés holds a Masters in Telecommunications Engineering from the Madrid University of Technology and a PhD in Management/Economic Sciences from École Polytechnique/Paris-Saclay in Paris (France).

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