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FCC 43.82
Revised as of October 1, 2011
Goto Year:2010 | 2012
  §  43.82   International circuit status reports.

   (a) Each facilities-based common carrier engaged in providing
   international telecommunications service between the United States (as
   defined in the Communications Act, as amended, 47 U.S.C. 153) and any
   country or point outside that area shall file a circuit-status report
   with the Chief, International Bureau, not later than March 31 each year
   showing the status of its circuits used to provide international
   services as of December 31 of the preceding calendar year.

   (b) The information contained in the reports shall include the total
   number of activated and the total number of idle circuits by the
   categories of submarine cable, satellite and terrestrial facilities to
   geographic points outside the United States for the services designated
   by the Chief, International Bureau.

   (c) The information required under this section shall be furnished in
   conformance with instructions and reporting requirements prepared under
   the direction of the Chief, International Bureau, prepared and
   published as a manual.

   (d) Authority is hereby delegated to the Chief, International Bureau to
   prepare instructions and reporting requirements for the filing of the
   annual international circuit status reports.

   [ 60 FR 51368 , Oct. 2, 1995, as amended at  76 FR 42573 , July 19, 2011]
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