Telstra unafraid of DT

In Australia, Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo said his company wasn't worried about whether or not German telco giant Deutsche Telekom was planning on bidding for a role in a major broadband project from the Australian government. In fact, at the Merrill Lynch Australia investment conference being held in New York City, Trujillo, the former CEO of former Bell company U.S. West, sounded like he didn't think it will happen at all--that the total investment necessary for physical F

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- on Trujillo's comments, read the AAP wire story in The Sydney Morning Herald

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