Ofcom kicks off with full sector review

Grainge, Zoe
December 2003
Utility Week;12/19/2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the comprehensive assessment of the telecommunications sector launched by Great Britain's Office of Communications. Advantage of the review to the relationship of Ofcom with small telecommunications companies in the market; Remarks from Ofcom chief executive Stephen Carter on the review; Range of telecommunications issues that would be covered by the review.


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