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Subject: RE: UKNM: .com vs .co.uk - UK consumer understanding?
From: Bunder, Leslie
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2000 23:02:58 +0100

Actually quite a few countries have .com.whatever such as Australia which is
.com.au Argentina which is .com.ar Mexico which is .com.mx Hong Kong
which is .com.hk

quite a few use .co.whatever such as South Africa which is .co.za and New
Zeland which is .co.nz
Israel is .co.il

Only a few still have the .whatever such as Switzerland with .ch. I
understand even France is now moving towards .co.fr

So alas, there is no real uniformity at all which gets very confusing for
lots of people.


> Speechradataol [dot] com said:
>>Well, it would make sense for UK companies to stick to .co.uk - or
> still (if we could) just .uk like all other non US Co's .fr, .ie, etc.
> but
> as even our PM keeps going on about ' dot comming ' all companies with big
> ambitions probably need to go for both .com and .co.uk<<

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