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The Privatisation of Telstra
private and business needs, including the repair and reliability of basic telephone services, the level of mobile phone coverage and the adequacy of Internet services. One Nation is not opposed to privatisation in principle. These arguments are wrong, and have not convinced the public. Investment in Australia is also falling. Under a renegotiated deal, Telstra will now pay US2.8 billion for a 60 percent controlling interest in Hong Kong Telecom and for the original share in pccw. Privatisation benefits only big business, which will end up owning most of a privatised Telstra regardless of how many mums and dads are allowed to buy shares initially. As a result, monopolists can pick any point on the demand curve; if it charges higher price, fewer people will buy the product, but with no competitors to undercut the higher price, there is some demand for the product (Taylor and Frost, 2002). Füge dieses Video zu deiner Webseite hinzu, indem du den untenstehenden Code kopierst. In the last federal and Queensland state elections, the Nationals lost ground in rural areas to the extreme right-wing One Nation party, which exploited concerns over government cutbacks to rural services and the impact of a full Telstra privatisation.
Now more than ever a campaign is needed to keep Telstra public and to reclaim the one-third that has been already privatised. Mehr erfahren, hmm, es gab ein Problem, den Server zu erreichen. This should be led by the unions that cover Telstra workers and should seek to form alliances with all groups that will be the losers from privatisation. The rural discontent sparked divisions in the ruling coalition, with National Party MPs threatening to vote from Inequality to Equality against the full privatisation of Telstra unless rural telecommunications services were shown to be adequate. This could be further reduced by making the rich pay what they should be paying in corporate and income taxes.