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GERMAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET TO BE LIBERALISED IN 1989 – BUT NO PRIVATISATION OF BUNDESPOST

West Germany’s minister of Posts & Telecommunications Christian Schwarz-Schilling announced in Bonn last week that the German telecommunications market would be liberalised in 1989: he went on to qualify his statement, however, by saying that there will be no privatisation of the lumbering Bundespost, which will maintain its monopoly as operator of the public telephone network because the Federal Republic does not have the resources to set up competing private networks.

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