Oftel's Edmonds Faces Blazing E.U. Criticism

Quigley, Paul
October 2000
Wireless Week;10/09/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 41, p26
Trade Publication
Highlights the criticism of the European Union (EU) on the dealings of David Edmonds, director general of Oftel company. Accusations on the regulatory policies of the company; Information on the report of CMA and Total Research entitled `Communications Market 2000'; Criticisms on the policies of the company on mobile communications. INSET: CMA Research Findings.


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