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July 25, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Commenting on its first quarter results – see page 5 – British Telecommunications Plc’s 51%-owned Canadian Mitel Corp reckoned that while its North American and Canadian operations had maintained reasonable growth, its activities elsewhere had suffered from widespread flagging property markets, resulting in less demand for new installations: Mitel’s GX 5000 public switch continued to do well, whereas the SX 2000 exchange had had a slow start in the UK, while UK sales through British Telecom of its low-end SX 50 exchange were down – Mitel said it was currently looking to set up its own company to distribute the SX 50 in the UK.

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