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Current Telecom Developments

January 21, 2000 Read this issue

In This Issue:

  • TYCO TO BUILD, OPERATE WORLD'S LARGEST UNDERSEA NETWORK
  • INTELSAT FILES FCC APPLICATION FOR PRIVATIZED ENTITY
  • FCC HOLDS TELMEX LIABLE FOR $100,000 FORFEITURE
  • U.S., JAPAN CLASH ON INTERCONNECTION ISSUE
  • NEXTWAVE, FCC TRADE LEGAL SALVOS IN LICENSE FIGHT
  • GATES STEPS DOWN AS MICROSOFT CEO
  • SPRINT ORDERED TO SELL BRAZILIAN TELECOM STAKE
  • HONG KONG LICENSES 17 NEW COMPETITORS

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