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July 2, 1987

JUDGE GREENE LIKELY TO GIVE PROPOSALS SHORT SHRIFT

By CBR Staff Writer

Judge Greene has now concluded the three day hearing of oral arguments for and against the seven regional telephone companies being permitted to enter unregulated areas, but although the judge is not expected to deliver his decision until the autumn, he is expected to give most of the proposals short shrift: he is seen as very unlikely to permit their entry into the long-distance phone business, which could stymie Nynex Corp’s plans to partner Cable & Wireless Plc in transatlantic fibre optic telephone services; unlikely to allow them to manufacture; and not very likely to permit their entry into information services.

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