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IIC members discuss sustainable investment models, public-private partnerships, progress with broadband plans and multi-sector, intelligent coordination. Debate continues around the best way to incentivise innovation and investment whilst delivering audience protection and plurality in a world where converged communications are changing the rules. The challenges include identifying the role of 5G in this convergent environment (as well as starting to think about the future emergence of 6G); the possible competition concerns arising from co-investment in very high-capacity networks; and ensuring there are incentives to invest, given existing and emerging regulations around competition and consumer protection and increased emphasis on sustainability and the implications of climate change.

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