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The Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg. Photo: EQRoy/Shutterstock.com

The European Court of Justice has imposed a daily fine of €5,000 ($5,613) on Belgium for failing to properly implement EU law governing high-speed electronic communications networks. The court found that Belgium has been slow to roll out high-speed broadband in its capital, which is home to EU institutions such as the European Commission and European Parliament.

Simon Taylor

Simon Taylor is Brussels correspondent for Law.com International. He covers EU regulatory affairs and news about law firms in Brussels and other major cities in continental Europe. He can be reached at simontaylor71@gmail.com and is on Twitter @simontaylor71

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