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February 5, 1989

SHELL UK EXCLUSIVE ARRANGEMENT TO BE QUESTIONED BY THE DTI?

By CBR Staff Writer

Shell UK has confirmed that only Telepoint base-stations from its own consortium with Philips NV and Barclays Bank Plc will be allowed to occupy the prime sites on its several thousand petrol stations, until the Common Air Interface is introduced in 1991 Barclays Bank says it has yet to make a final decision on the matter; though none of the three other consortia include companies that enjoy such a similar presence on the UK’s high streets, the Department of Trade & Industry says that it would be highly unlikely to question an exclusive arrangement of this kind.

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