Orange sees higher price for Dominican Republic business; Nokia seeks to unfreeze India assets

> The European Commission will decide by Dec. 20 whether to allow Germany to carry out the regulatory review of Telefónica's E-Plus deal. Article

> Nokia has asked an Indian court to unfreeze several assets amid a lengthy tax feud, as it seeks to close the devices deal with Microsoft. Article

> UK telecoms regulator Ofcom identified further spectrum bands that could be allocated for use by mobile broadband services. Article

> Orange expects to announce a sale of its Dominican Republic business in the next few days for a price "significantly over" €1 billion. Article

And finally… It seems smart TVs from LG may be too smart: one user found his TV was sending data about his viewing habits to the South Korean manufacturer even without his consent. Article

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