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Current Telecom Developments

March 24, 2000 Read this issue

In This Issue:

  • PRESIDENT SIGNS INTELSAT PRIVATIZATION BILL
  • VIACOM AGREES TO BUY CHRIS-CRAFT UPN STAKE
  • U.S., JAPAN UNABLE TO AGREE ON INTERCONNECTION
  • IRIDIUM TO LIQUIDATE, DECOMMISSION SATELLITES
  • FT ACQUIRES MOBILCOM STAKE FOR $3.6 BILLION
  • AT&T, INSIGHT FORGE CABLE TELEPHONY PACT
  • DOJ REITERATES OPPOSITION TO SBC LONG DISTANCE REQUEST
  • FCC LAUNCHES INQUIRY INTO SOFTWARE-DEFINED RADIO

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