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Pilipino Star
China allays 'security threats' fear over entry of Chinese telecom to Philippinesto bar Chinese telecom firms Huawei or ZTE Corp. from entering US market due to
Pilipino Star / Posted 2 days ago
to bar Chinese telecom firms Huawei or ZTE Corp. from entering US market due to “national security concerns.” Aside from China Telecom, the Palace earlier said South Korea’s LG Uplus Corp., Japan’s KDDI, and a Taiwanese telecom firm that is yet... Read more
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Pilipino Star
No miracles in sightwith a South Korean telecommunications company. Last year, PT&T said it was ex
Pilipino Star / Posted 6 days ago
with a South Korean telecommunications company. Last year, PT&T said it was exploring a possible partnership with China Telecom to become the third major telecommunications provider in the Philippines. While PT&T would not disclose the... Read more
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The Manila Times
Govt to name third telco by March – DICTof March. The message came days after Presidential Communications Secretary Ma
The Manila Times / Posted 7 days ago
of March. The message came days after Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said in a radio interview that China Telecom, as well as an unnamed South Korean telecommunications firm and its local partner Philippine Telegraph and... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Breaking the duopolymore pogi points, if plans push through. Towards the end of 2017, Malacañang r
Pilipino Star / Posted 7 days ago
more pogi points, if plans push through. Towards the end of 2017, Malacañang released a statement about the entry of China Telecom in the country’s telecommunications industry by the first quarter of 2018. It was a surprise move, not just... Read more
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Inquirier.net
4 foreign firms eyeing 3rd telco slotcompany KDDI were also interested in the local telecommunications market. Anda
Inquirier.net / Posted 8 days ago
company KDDI were also interested in the local telecommunications market. Andanar earlier said South Korea’s LG Plus and China Telecom were also interested. ADVERTISEMENT “Secretary Rio (on Saturday) said the Japanese are also interested. This... Read more
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Daily Record
Phil Murphy: A Kennedy acolyte seeking to rush into the fire of Trenton politicsand in Asia led privatization efforts of state-owned enterprises, notably secur
Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
and in Asia led privatization efforts of state-owned enterprises, notably securing $4.2 billion in underwriting for China Telecom. And Kamenetzky noted that Murphy led the firm’s operations in Asia during a financial crisis in the late... Read more
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Pilipino Star
DICT issues selection guidelines for new telco playerfrom Japan, South Korea, US and Australia have expressed interest to enter the
Pilipino Star / Posted 8 days ago
from Japan, South Korea, US and Australia have expressed interest to enter the telco market in the country aside from China Telecom. Given the 40 percent foreign ownership limit of telcos under the Philippine Constitution, the foreign firms... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Andanar: Firms from Japan, Taiwan also interested in being third telco playeror will be gone and there will be additional funding or investment in our count
Pilipino Star / Posted 8 days ago
or will be gone and there will be additional funding or investment in our country," Andanar told radio station dzMM. China Telecom and South Korean firm LG Plus have also expressed interest to forge deals with local companies to become the... Read more
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Pilipino Star
LG to partner with PT&T for 3rd telco slotPhilippine telecommunications industry. Presidential Communications Secretary
Pilipino Star / Posted 9 days ago
Philippine telecommunications industry. Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar made the revelation even as China Telecom gears to be the third player in the country, as earlier announced by President Duterte. Citing his own... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Andanar: South Korea's LG interested in being 3rd telco playerlast year, President Rodrigo Duterte invited China to be his country’s third te
Pilipino Star / Posted 9 days ago
last year, President Rodrigo Duterte invited China to be his country’s third telecom provider. Beijing later picked China Telecom to invest in the Philippines, backed by a consortium of Filipino businesses. PT&T earlier said it had also met... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Nepal ends India’s monopoly on internet access with new Chinese linkand Airtel and BSNL Nepal Telecom (NT), the government-owned telecom service p
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 10 days ago
and Airtel and BSNL Nepal Telecom (NT), the government-owned telecom service provider, has now acquired bandwidth from China Telecom Global Limited, with its head office in Hong Kong. NT signed an agreement with the Chinese company in December... Read more
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The Hindu
China breaks India’s internet monopoly in Nepalprovider, breaking India’s monopoly in providing internet access to the Himalay
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
provider, breaking India’s monopoly in providing internet access to the Himalayan Kingdom. The Hong Kong and Beijing based China Telecom Global (CTG) — a company formed in 2012 — has teamed up with Nepal Telecom to provide alternate... Read more
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The Manila Times
Embrace China Telecom, Pinoys toldFilipinos should welcome China Telecom as the third player in the Philippine te
The Manila Times / Posted 11 days ago
Filipinos should welcome China Telecom as the third player in the Philippine telecommunications industry, instead of dwelling on the possible security risk issues its entry poses, a cybersecurity expert said on Thursday. Rey Lugtu, president of... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Nepal to use Chinese internet bandwidth from tomorrowwill be made public after a formal inauguration tomorrow, she added. In Decemb
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 11 days ago
will be made public after a formal inauguration tomorrow, she added. In December 2016, NT had reached an agreement with China Telecom to acquire internet bandwidth. NT had begun the test transmission of the project from the first week of... Read more
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The Manila Times
South Korean telco keen to be third service provider, says PalaceRio mentioned two companies interested so far to become the third player in the
The Manila Times / Posted 12 days ago
Rio mentioned two companies interested so far to become the third player in the telecommunications industry — first, China Telecom and the consortium that has yet to be announced and second in the list is the PT&T group and its partner, a... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Philippines identifies second choice for third telecom playerby the first quarter of 2018. Presidential Communications Operations Secretary
Pilipino Star / Posted 12 days ago
by the first quarter of 2018. Presidential Communications Operations Secretary Martin Andanar earlier revealed that China Telecom would become the third player in the country's telecom industry, backed by a consortium of Filipino... Read more
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CircleID
China's Pursuit of Public International Cybersecurity Law Leadershipsenior staff from its key Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT
CircleID / Posted 14 days ago
senior staff from its key Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), with a supporting submission from China Telecom. The action suggests that China seems now willing and able to assume leadership in the evolution of public... Read more
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Sun Star
ICT Davao welcomes entry of new telco firmto open up the country’s telecoms market to a third player. Last month, Presid
Sun Star / Posted 15 days ago
to open up the country’s telecoms market to a third player. Last month, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. said China Telecom might enter the Philippines in the first quarter of 2018, following the President's directive to Department of... Read more
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The Manila Times
No bidding for China firm as 3rd telco playerA Chinese firm, China Telecom, would not undergo public bidding in its bid to m
The Manila Times / Posted 19 days ago
A Chinese firm, China Telecom, would not undergo public bidding in its bid to make an investment as the third telecommunications or telco company in the country, Malacañang spokesman Harry Roque said on Wednesday. “Let me be clear on this. The offer... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Gov't looking to China first as third telco playerthird player in the telecommunication industry would be open to firms from othe
Pilipino Star / Posted 19 days ago
third player in the telecommunication industry would be open to firms from other countries if the government and China Telecom failed to reach an agreement, Malacañang said on Wednesday. Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Palace: Other foreign telcos welcome only if talks with China would failHarry Roque said in a press briefing. “It appears to have been accepted becaus
Inquirier.net / Posted 19 days ago
Harry Roque said in a press briefing. “It appears to have been accepted because the Chinese government nominated China Telecom ‘no,” he added. ADVERTISEMENT Communications Secretary Martin Andanar earlier said that the third player... Read more
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FOX Business
Here's Why Optical Networking Stocks Fell in Decemberthat Chinese networking investments are picking back up after a tough year -- b
FOX Business / Posted 20 days ago
that Chinese networking investments are picking back up after a tough year -- but slowly. Even a large Lumentum order from China Telecom(NYSE: CHA) only lifted Lumentum's shares by a couple of percent. Between Amazon's generation-shifting... Read more
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FOX Business
Here's Why Optical Networking Stocks Fell in Decemberthat Chinese networking investments are picking back up after a tough year -- b
FOX Business / Posted 20 days ago
that Chinese networking investments are picking back up after a tough year -- but slowly. Even a large Lumentum order from China Telecom(NYSE: CHA) only lifted Lumentum's shares by a couple of percent. Between Amazon's generation-shifting... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Andanar: Telco industry open to other foreign firms— The invitation to become the country's third telecommunication player is open
Pilipino Star / Posted 22 days ago
— The invitation to become the country's third telecommunication player is open to all interested parties and not just to China Telecom, Malacañang clarified Sunday. Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said the government would... Read more
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The Manila Times
China Telecom asks Facebook to take down ‘fake page’, says ComTech officialSTATE-owned China Telecom sought the assistance of social media giant Facebook
The Manila Times / Posted 24 days ago
STATE-owned China Telecom sought the assistance of social media giant Facebook in removing a “fake page,” after alleged postings by the firm regarding its entry into the Philippines started to circulate on the internet. “Confirmed na it is a fake FB... Read more
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The Manila Times
Breaking duopolyhaving announced last November President Rodrigo Duterte’s bid to open the sect
The Manila Times / Posted 25 days ago
having announced last November President Rodrigo Duterte’s bid to open the sector to a Chinese player, the state-owned China Telecom followed by expressing publicly its willingness to invest in the Philippines’ telecommunications industry. On... Read more
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Technode
China attempts to be a leader not a follower in 5G, dominate another area of tech · TechNodeglobal partners to bring 5G into the period of large-scale global commercial de
Technode / Posted 25 days ago
global partners to bring 5G into the period of large-scale global commercial deployment from 2018,” according to ZDNet. China Telecom EVP Liu Guiqing said the carrier hopes to launch field trials in many major Chinese cities in 2018 and China... Read more
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Pilipino Star
The third playerthe courts not to entertain suits that will delay the project. It was also anno
Pilipino Star / Posted 27 days ago
the courts not to entertain suits that will delay the project. It was also announced by the Palace that China has assigned China Telecom to be this third player. I have always praised quick action from government, but I am sure three months is too... Read more
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Inquirier.net
With China’s entry into telco fray, PH to beef up cybersecuritybecause government is already worried,” Roque told reporters after senators exp
Inquirier.net / Posted 1 months ago
because government is already worried,” Roque told reporters after senators expressed concern the entry of state-owned China Telecom would later pose a cybersecurity threat. ADVERTISEMENT Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Senators... Read more
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The Manila Times
5 foreign firms eye PH telco sectorChina Telecom Corp. isn’t the only foreign company interested in becoming the P
The Manila Times / Posted 1 months ago
China Telecom Corp. isn’t the only foreign company interested in becoming the Philippines’ third telco player, a senior government official said. Eliseo Rio, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) officer-in-charge, told... Read more

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