Industry Analysis - The international Telco year in review 2001


Acquisitions that didn't pan out led to the biggest corporate losses ever. That resulted in a glut of capacity, chips and equipment, causing stocks to collapse. It's a classic case of supply and demand, with a lot of supply out there. Shares of Qwest Communications International Inc fell 68% and Sun Microsystems Inc stock dropped 55%.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Telco recession continued during 2001
  • 2. US company reviews
  • 3. European review
  • 4. Widespread bankruptcy
  • 5. The collapse of AT&T
  • 6. Equipment manufacturers
  • 7. Brief look at 2002

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Last updated 13 Jun 2003
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Analyst: Kylie Wansink

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