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6 Italian L.J. 249 (2020)
5G Authorization Auctions in the European Union: A Comparison between Italy and France

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5G   Authorization Auctions in the European Union:
A  Comparison Between Italy and France

Arachamon   Pichetworakoon*  and  Nutcha Sukhawattanakun**


Abstract
    This article focuses on the role and significance of the 5G tendering system in
contemporary comparative law, taking the cases of Italy and France as an illustration.
While the first part of the article explains the concepts and purposes of 5G Technology
in science and comparative methodology, the second part explores and examines the
reasons behind Italy and France's decisions to adopt EU regulations and, hence, to amend
their domestic laws regarding auctions for the Multi-Band Spectrum. The final part of the
article reviews the latest trends in the law relating to 5G project management authorization
from a comparative perspective and offers legal diversity as an approach to mitigating
the problems related to conflicting laws within the European Union.


I.  Introduction
    Fifth Generation Wireless  Networks  (5G) are the next generation of mobile
Internet connection,  offering faster speeds and more  reliable connections for
smartphones  and  other devices than ever before. The networks will help achieve
significant improvement in Internet of Things technology, providing the
infrastructure needed to carry large amounts of data, allowing for a smarter and
more  connected world.
    The  European Union  has strongly supported the deployment and introduction
of 5G  networks,  notably with regard  to the assignment  of portions  of radio
spectrum, investment  incentives and favourable operating framework conditions.
Some  countries are more advanced than others. For instance, the Italian regulator,
AGCOM, has already launched public consultation on assignment procedures
and frequency  usage rules and has also announced the 5G multi-band spectrum.'
In France, to prepare  for the arrival of 5G, the French regulator, Autoritd de
Rdgulation des Communications   Alectroniques et des Postes )ARCEP(, has started
work  on defining the allocation procedures.

    * PhD in Telecommunication Law, Paris-Sud University; Lecturer in Telecommunication
Law and International Law, Prince of Songlda University, Faculty of Law, Hat Yai, Thailand.
    ** PhD in International Legal Studies, Golden Gate University of San Francisco; Lecturer
in Public International Law, Prince of Songlda University, Faculty of Law, Hat Yai, Thailand.
    1 Autorita per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni (AGCOM) (in English: Authority for
Communications Guarantees).

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