UPDATE: Chorus 'cautiously optimistic' on post-2020 regulatory review, chair Strange says

Paul McBeth
Tue, 27 Oct 2015

(Updated with additional comment from AGM) By Paul McBeth Oct. 27 (BusinessDesk) - Chorus is "cautiously optimistic" a new regulatory regime from 2020 will deliver more certainty for investors in the telecommunications sector, according to chairman Patrick Strange.   Speaking at the company's annual meeting in Wellington, Strange told shareholders the country's regulatory environment is still a "huge sticking point" stifling its ability to invest in its telecommunications network, and resuming dividend payments, but the prospect of a s...

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