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(From Irish Independent)
EVEN the sternest critics of Etain Doyle will concede that she is a formidable woman whomade a brave entrance into the newly liberalised telecommunications market.
And they will also concede that she oversaw the first attempts to open up the Irish telecommunications sector to new business and increased competition in themale-dominated telecoms market.
But it is the issue of competition, or the lack of it, that her detractors may latch onto after nearly seven years at the head of the telecoms regulator's office, ComReg.
While headway has been made in some aspects of the mobile, cable and fixed line market in …