Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications


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Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications

A former cabinet level department of the Japanese government. It oversaw the postal service and regulated telecommunication. It merged with several other ministries in 2001 to form the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
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BUPT is the only key university specializing in telecommunications affiliated with China's Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.
Tenzer moved to the Federal Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, where for five years he headed projects involving issues of tariff policy and customer service.
The announcement was made at the opening of the Advanced Telecommunications Technology Seminar in Beijing, hosted by Northern Telecom and its research and development subsidiary, Bell-Northern Research, and cosponsored by the State Planning Commission, the Ministry of Electronics Industry, and the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.
In December, 2000, CS NOW, a subsidiary of PCCW Japan, was awarded a CS110 digital broadcasting license by the Japanese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (now Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications).
The nationwide packet-switched network will interconnect with China's national public data network, CHINAPAC, operated by the Chinese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT).
Sprint provided the very first electronic messaging systems to the Chinese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications for the Shanghai and Beijing provinces," said Jim Thomas, vice president and general manager, South Asia/Pacific for Sprint International, Sprint's global telecommunications subsidiary.
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