Archived report: this report was archived in August 2005 and was last updated in May 2004. Telefónica Latinoamérica is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Spanish-based Telefónica, operating the group’s Latin American fixed-line networks. It is the leader in four regional markets: Brazil – through Telesp, the dominant fixed-line operator in the state of São Paulo; Argentina – through Telefónica de Argentina (TASA); Chile – through Telefónica CTC; and Peru – through Telefónica del Perú (TdP). Since March 2004, Telefónica Latinoamérica also incorporates: Telefónica Internacional Wholesale Services; Emergia (a fibre optic submarine cable operator); and the Telefónica Empresas companies that operate in America and are primarily responsible for providing data and network services to large corporate clients.
2. Company information
2.1 Financial results – 2003
3. Major subsidiaries
3.1 Brazil – Telesp
3.1.1 Telesp – company history
3.1.2 Telesp – operations
3.2 Argentina – Telefónica de Argentina (TASA)
3.2.1 TASA – company history
3.2.2 TASA – operations
3.3 Chile – Telefónica CTC Chile
3.3.1 CTC – company history
3.3.2 CTC – operations
3.4 Peru – Telefonica del Perú (TdP)
3.4.1 TdP – company history
3.4.2 TdP – operations
4. Other fixed-line investments
4.1 Puerto Rico – TLD
4.2 Venezuela – CANTV
5. Telefónica Empresas Group
5.1 Telefónica Internacional Wholesale Services (TIWS)
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