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Australia - Industry - Competition Issues - Overview of Telstra Disputes

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Last updated: 9 Sep 2002 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 12

Analyst: Paul Budde

Synopsis

This report provides more historical information on the myriad of disputes Telstra has engaged in to protect its market position and delay effective competition. It follows on from the Australia – Industry – Competition Issues report. Many instances are presented here of Telstra frustrating the attempts of new entrants of gaining access and operating effectively with workable billing systems, and interconnection requirements. As well as overviewing the areas of dispute, this report presents an analysis of the state of competition, Telstra’s tactics, and the road ahead for the industry.

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