East African Posts and Telecommunications Administration
Administration des postes et télécommunications de l'Afrique de l'Est
1951, within the framework of H-XH4217 - East African Common Services Organization (EACSO), pursuant the East African Postal and Telecommunications Act. When the Pretoria-based H-XD0021 - African Postal and Telecommunications Union (APU/ATU) withdrew from the Administration, the establishment of an East African Telecommunications Union (EATU) -- Union des télécommunications de l'Afrique de l'Est was proposed and the Administration was replaced, 1967, by U-XU5576 - East African Posts and Telecommunications Corporation. The Corporation ceased activities when the H-XH0472 - East African Community - 1967 (EAC) collapsed in 1977.
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