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Short Take: Embratel halts improvements after crash

Embratel, the long distance telephone unit of Brazil's Telecomunicacoes Brasileiras SA, stopped working on improvements to Brazil's Internet infrastructure after the system collapsed, knocking out 40 percent of connections. The problems began on November 14, continued through this week, and were corrected on November 20, as reported by Bloomberg.

Embratel, the long distance telephone unit of Brazil's Telecomunicacoes Brasileiras SA, stopped working on improvements to Brazil's Internet infrastructure after the system collapsed, knocking out 40 percent of connections. The problems began on November 14, continued through this week, and were corrected on November 20, as reported by Bloomberg.