AT&T executive calls for China deregulation – Justine Lau

From the Financial Times (link)

China should deregulate its telecoms market and ease entry for foreign competition and investment, Forrest Miller, group president of AT&T, the US’s biggest telecoms group, has urged.

In an unusual expression of public discontent from a pioneer in China’s telecoms market, Mr Miller also said China should re-examine and update its policies on technology amid rapid development in the sector.

“While China is making noteworthy progress in opening markets since its accession, there have been restrictive shifts as well,” said Mr Miller in Beijing on Thursday.

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