The Deregulation of the Telecommunications Industry
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The paper describes inter-governmental initiatives for deregulation of the telecommunications industry, the technology facilitating deregulation and economic changes and market effects of deregulation. The paper documents deregulation in North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Africa. It discusses the shortcomings of deregulation and how improper telecommunications networks are an obstacle to economic investments.
From the Paper:"The purpose of global and national deregulatory incentives for the telecommunications industry on the inter-governmental level is to reduce prices, foster competition, facilitate the sustained availability of existing products, encourage the launching of and accessibility to new products, and boost bandwidth availability in the international telecommunications market."
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