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Research and Markets: European Telecommunications Directory 2013

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "European Telecommunications Directory 2013" directory to their offering.

The European Telecommunications Directory is one of the most comprehensive and accurate Directory of companies and executives in the European telecommunications industry that have ever been published. It contains thousands telecommunications companies and executives working in the industry.

This powerful Directory is your connection to key decision-makers in the telecommunications industry in Europe.

This Directory enables telecom executives, organization officials, communications professionals, researchers, and other users to identify and compare both the traditional telecommunications offerings of established carriers as well as the many new systems and services under development in this era of high technology and deregulation.

The market potential of the European telecommunications sector is enormous and business opportunities abound. However, unraveling the maze of who's who, and who does what is a daunting task. Here's the solution you've been looking for . . .

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Whether you are a product manager, in charge of marketing or simply interested to remain in touch with the latest developments in the European telecommunications industry, this Directory will save you time and effort in finding the up-to-date information you need.

It is also an indispensable guide to all of Europe's Telecommunications companies and key corporate decision makers!

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