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November 30, 1987

FRANCE POSTPONES TELECOM DEREGULATION UNTIL 1992

By CBR Staff Writer

The bill to liberalise the French telecommunications market, which was to have been put before the National Assembly by the end of the year, has been put back a whole five years, and the new target date for liberalisation is 1992. Post & Telecommunications minister Ge’rard Longuet was due to present the bill in the Senate yesterday, instead said that since Europe was due to create a single telecommunications market in 1992, there was no point in France liberalising earlier. Observers say the real reason is the presidential election next May.

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