Johnson, Mark
May 2001
Global Finance;May2001, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p48
Trade Publication
Talks about the impact of the launching of third-generation (3G) mobile phones on the telecommunications and information technology industries. How to justify the costs of 3G and broadband investment; Key for future consolidation in the mobile telephone sector; Information on the merger and acquisition activities in the telecommunications industry.


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