Spanish Prisoner

Epstein, Jack
October 1999
Latin Trade (English);Oct99, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p21
Deals with the problems faced by Spain's telecommunications company Telefonica after acquiring Telesp, which handles Brazil's telephone system. Criticisms on Telefonica; How Telefonica is repairing its image.


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