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June 2, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:10pm

OUTGOING FCC CHAIRMAN URGES NEW ANTI-TRUST THINKING

By CBR Staff Writer

Traditional ways of thinking about anti-trust policy are not working very well, admitted outgoing Federal Communications Commission chairman Reed Hundt at a meeting of the US Chamber of Commerce last Thursday. Urging the government to adopt a more forward-looking anti-trust policy more suited for the information age. Hundt would not comment on the proposed AT&T Corp and SBC Communications Inc deal, but David Bell, an analyst at Deloitte & Touche and a former member of the Justice Department’s anti-trust division, told the International Herald Tribune that getting the deal through would be like putting a man on the moon – it can be done, but it won’t be easy. It will take a long time, and it’s a very dangerous mission.

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