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eBook Licence Granted by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to British Telecommunications under Section 7 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 ePub

by Great Britain

  • ISBN: 0115154035
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Great Britain
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stationery Office Books; 4th ed revised November 1995 edition (December 31, 1995)
  • Pages: 195
  • ePub book: 1842 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1817 kb
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Telecommunications - Great Britain, Communications and Mass Media - Post Office, telecommunications. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v.

Telecommunications - Great Britain, Communications and Mass Media - Post Office, telecommunications. Ford List title: Licence granted by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to British Telecom.

The Telecommunications Act 1984 (c 12) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The rules for the industry are now contained in the Communications Act 2003. The provisions of the act included the following: Privatising British Telecom. Establishing Oftel as a telecommunications regulator to protect consumers' interests and market competition. Introducing a licensing system for running a telecommunications system or making a connection to another system without a licence.

The Director General of Telecommunications (the "Director") in accordance with Section 12(2) of the Telecommunications Act 1984 as amended by the Electronic Communications Act 2000 (the "Act") hereby gives notice that he proposes to make modifications to all licences granted by th. .

The Director General of Telecommunications (the "Director") in accordance with Section 12(2) of the Telecommunications Act 1984 as amended by the Electronic Communications Act 2000 (the "Act") hereby gives notice that he proposes to make modifications to all licences granted by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (the "Secretary of State") under Section 7. of the Act to particular persons during the period beginning on 22 June 1984 and ending on 29 August 2001 for the running of telecommunications systems which the Secretary of State has designated by o.

Licence granted by The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to British Telecommunication under Section 7 of the Telecommunications Act 1984, as amended to July 31, 1987 (London, .

61nternational Telecommunication Union World Telecommunication . nationals of State B the same legal rights and advantages that it grants to.

61nternational Telecommunication Union World Telecommunication Development Report 1994 ITU, Geneva (1994) 71 7The GATT Agreement is an informal way of describing the Final Act Embodying the Results of the Uruguay Round of Multi-lateral Trade Negotiations concluded at Marrakesh, 15 April 1994. The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) would feature in such an approach.

This act empowered the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry along with British Telecommunications to allow other operators to enter the public telecommunications . In 1985 cell phones entered the Great Britain market.

This act empowered the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry along with British Telecommunications to allow other operators to enter the public telecommunications market. The privatization of British Telecommunications plc to British Telecommunications in accordance to the Telecommunications Act 1984 where more than 50% of the company were sold to the public was another big reform to the organizational structure. This allowed British Telecommunications to be more responsive to new threats and competition.

British Telecommunications, trading as British Telecom, was formed in.

British Telecommunications, trading as British Telecom, was formed in 1980, and became independent of the Post Office in 1981. In particular, the Act empowered the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, as well as British Telecommunications, to license other operators to run public telecommunications systems. Commercial freedom granted to British Telecommunications allowed it to enter into new joint ventures and, if it so decided, to engage in the manufacture of its own apparatus.

British Telecommunications plc, commonly known as BT, is the largest company in the United Kingdom. This former government department became a state public corporation under the Secretary of State for Industry. It came into being in early 1984 through the transformation of a former state utility, at a turning point in the development of . and European telecommunications. The telecommunications services remained in the Post Office but were divided from the postal services into Post Office Telecommunications. Three further events marked the telephone industry's move toward an environment of free competition.

United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Trade: Trade has long been pivotal to the United . Britain is also the base for some of the world’s leading art auction houses.

United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Trade: Trade has long been pivotal to the United Kingdom’s economy. The total value of imports and exports represents nearly half the country’s GDP. (By comparison, the value of foreign trade amounts to about one-fifth of the GDP of the United States. The United Kingdom’s many cultural treasures-e. its historic castles, museums, and theatres-make it a popular tourist destination. The tourism industry is a leading sector in the British economy, and each year more than 25 million tourists visit the country. London is among the world’s most-visited cities.