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In Brief: Telecoms meet Friday

In Brief: Telecoms meet Friday

A TELECOMS meeting between Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications officials and the private sector originally scheduled for last Friday will now be held this Friday morning, a manager in the industry said. The meeting was postponed because Minister So Khun and ministry Director General Mao Chakrya were in Laos last week attending the launch of a Viettel mobile-phone network in the country. The meeting was originally scheduled to discuss September 29 circular warning firms in the sector over “free” and low tariffs as well as tax obligations. However, the manager said “all known topics” were now on the table.

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