1 edition of Major Telecommunications Companies of Far East & Australasia found in the catalog.
Major Telecommunications Companies of Far East & Australasia
by Graham & Whiteside
Written in English
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Major Companies of Asia and Australasia 5 Volume Set (Major Companies of Asia & Australasia): International Business Books @ Major Companies of Asia and Australasia South East Asia (Major Companies of Asia & Australasia): International Business Books @ ce: $ Pages in category "Telecommunications companies of Australia" The following 35 pages are in this category, out of 35 total.
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Annual Title Major Work Routledge Revival Routledge Library Edition Available within online database Available as eBook COMPLETE CATALOGUE This catalogue only. Telecommunications means the transmission, emission, or reception of signals, signs, writing, images, sounds, or intelligence of any nature, by wire, cable, satellite, fiber optics, laser, radio, or any other electronic, electric, electromagnetic, or acoustically coupled means.