Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. applied June 24 to the Posts and Telecommunications Ministry to establish a subsidiary to enter the international telecommunications business, the company said.

NTT hopes its new subsidiary will start services in the fall after receiving approval from the ministry, the telecom giant said. A revised NTT law allows the firm to offer international telecommunications services in Japan through subsidiaries.

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