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Mobile phone subscriptions in the European Union outnumber citizens for the first time, the European Commission said Thursday in its 12th annual report on the E.U. telecommunications market.

Softbank to buy Vodafone’s Japan unit for US$15.3b

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EU telecom ministers:

European telecommunication ministers unanimously agreed to oppose public aid for the telecommunications sector, despite a request by France for regulatory leniency.

AT&T Canada cuts workforce by 20 per cent

AT&T Canada is chopping about 1,000 workers as part of its plan to reduce spending by $80 million and

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The storm cloud looming over the Canadian telecommunications industry is showing a silver lining according to a recent study by the Bank of Montreal.

CIOs focus on short-term projects

Experimenting with new technologies is not for the current tough economic climate, according to a survey of chief information officers who remain "guarded" about purchasing plans for the year.

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