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In Brief: Telcos feedback ready

In Brief: Telcos feedback ready

THE mobile-phone sector concluded a meeting Monday afternoon that saw it make minor alterations to feedback on the draft telecoms law, an executive working in the sector said Tuesday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The private sector working group is now expected to submit the feedback to the government "in the next couple of weeks", he said. The sector has flagged proposed foreign-ownership caps and the transition phase to the new regulations as potential areas of concern, according to an earlier draft seen by the Post this week.

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