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This excerpt taken from the BT 6-K filed Jun 1, 2005.
Where business is done
In the digital networked economy, our networking skills and experience are proving critical and the revenues we are generating in this market show how far we have come in a short time. In the 2005 financial year, our ICT (information and communications technology) revenues were £3.0 billion, compared with £2.5 billion in the 2004 financial year (see graph below).
    And if anyone wanted proof that BT really is transforming itself for growth, they would only have to look at some of the recent contracts we’ve won.

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