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Lane

(lān),
William Arbuthnot, English surgeon, 1856-1943. See: Lane band, Lane disease.
A ‘corridor’ on an electrophoretic support medium
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79) Exercising this jurisdiction, the Commission stated that LECs should observe the principle of mutual compensation and that interstate rates for switching(80) and physical interconnection should be cost-based.
A literal reading of the term "charged by" suggests that it preempts state regulation of intrastate interconnection rates charged by CMRS providers to other carriers, including rates charged by CMRS providers to LECs for transport and termination of LEC-originated traffic.
The FCC subsequently acknowledged, however, that section 332(c)(3) does not preempt state regulation of intrastate interconnection rates charged by LECs.
Whilst EAS and BGT have formed the key contractual links of agencies to TECs and LECs, the agencies have also contracted for a wide variety of other programmes.
The focus of enterprise agency contracts with TECs and LECs has therefore remained in the same broad fields as those which existed earlier: namely advice, counselling and pre-start/business foundation.
The other important change evident from Table 1 is that enterprise agency relationships with TECs and LECs are dominated by individual contracts.
But the 10 members of each LEF will be "self-appointed" by the same business and training organisations which already pack LEC boards.
All of this suggests that the TEC desire to be more like LECs is due to be realised.
It was also found that there was no significant difference between TECs and LECs in terms of their being formally connected with group training schemes and ITOs.
The proportions of TECs and LECs with small business liaison officers do not differ significantly.
Prevent excessive LEC earning through a better method of sharing the excess with customers.
Limit LEC pricing flexibility by creating six service categories and limiting upward pricing to 2% annually.