Hollings foreign-ownership amendment dead

Silva, Jeffrey
October 2000
RCR Wireless News;10/30/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 44, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on the rejection of United States legislator Ernest Hollings' proposed legislation that would allow government-owned companies to purchase U.S. telecommunications assets and compete within the deregulated telecommunication market.


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