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telecommunication

The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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Table 1: Global telecommunication services market value: $ billion, 2007-11 26
Table 2: Global telecommunication services market volume: million subscribers, 2007-11 27
Should nothing be done to change the current regulatory structure of an overburdened ministry that does not sufficiently safeguard against anti-competitive activity, foreign telecommunications companies weighing investments options across multiple market opportunities may not select Japan in the future.
Global telecommunications policy is converging around a set of competitive law principles supported by organizations like the World Trade Organization, the European Union and the US Department of Justice.
The development of telecommunications since has done two things: a) it has extended teal-time beyond physical presence via voice, video, and, more recently, text e-chat; and b) it has brought asynchronous communications into smaller time frames of minutes and hours.
Once the audit is finished, recommendations are made on what is needed to enhance the telecommunications infrastructure of the building and provide ongoing maintenance of the riser.
Monica Conley, president of the National Association of Black Telecommunications Professionals credits the Act for opening up procurement opportunities for small minority-owned firms.
For more than a century, the telecommunications industry was controlled by monopolies that limited competition at the national and international levels.
Toronto-based Unitel is another major player in Ontario's telecommunications industry.
PTC '07: Beyond Telecommunication will be held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Table 219: China Telecommunications Corporation Limited: key facts 275
This is contrary to the promise of the 1996 Telecommunications Act -- competition and consumer choice are being denied," said Ron Binz, president of the Competition Policy Institute.

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