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The Cabinet approved a proposed bill Tuesday to revise the Radio Law in a bid to alleviate frequency congestion through more effective use of frequencies.

Under the bill, the government would compensate businesses having unused radio frequencies for losses incurred when they dismantle idle radio facilities. Fees would be imposed on newcomers to use the frequencies.

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