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Telcos ready to tap into global markets

U.S. telecommunications companies are ready to jump into China's lucrative markets, after years of idly standing on the sidelines.

U.S. telecommunications companies are ready to jump into China's lucrative markets, after years of idly standing on the sidelines. But a trade deal may not be around the corner, as Commerce Secretary William Daley has stressed there are "serious disagreements" between the two countries. Deregulation around the world spells serious opportunity for many of the nation's telcos, which welcome the chance to establish an international footprint.

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