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Next Investor Interview: Telecom

Monday 4th August 2003

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The next chief executive to feature in ShareChat's Investor Interview series is Telecom's Theresa Gattung.

The Investor Interview series gives you the opportunity to put your questions to selected business leaders in New Zealand.

If you have a question you would like answered send it to

A edited transcript of the interview is later published on ShareChat in a question and answer format.

Since we restarted the Investor Interview series we have have talked to Southern Capital's Gramae Wong and Infratil boss Lloyd Morrison.

This week we talk to Theresa Gattung after Telecom announces its results.

Telecom is an interesting company as it is the biggest stock on the market, we are all customers and the business is going through a major period of change.

If you have a question send it in now.

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