Cable systems and the geography of UK telecommunications

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Economic and Social Research Council , [s.l.]
Statementby James Cornford and Andrew Gillespie.
SeriesPICT policy research papers -- no.21
ContributionsGillespie, Andrew., Programme on Information & Communication Technologies.
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