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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Royal Kpn Nv
Shares in Dutch telecommunications company Royal KPN NV have fallen sharply Monday over fears the company has once again paid too much in a mobile auction.
The Dutch parliament approved a bill Wednesday forcing mobile Internet providers to let customers use Skype and other rival services on their networks without charging extra or giving preferential treatment to their own offerings.