The European Commission has issued a decision requiring the Polish telecom regulator, Urzad Regulacji Elektronicznej (UKE), to withdraw its draft measures for regulating retail broadband access services. The Commission found that UKE’s plans to regulate Telekomunikacja Polska SA (TP)’s retail broadband access services are based on an incorrect market definition and may eventually hinder TP’s ability to compete for the provision of such services. The Commission also noted that such regulation may discourage TP, as well as other operators, from investing in the development of a broadband infrastructure. The Commission concluded that there is no need to regulate the retail market as it is sufficient to regulate at wholesale level.