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Regulatory Issues and Privatization

Abstract The privatization of state-owned telecommunication companies (SOTEs) began in Asia in Japan in the 1980s and gathered pace during the 1990s.This paper starts by reviewing the scope of meanings for the term ‘privatization’ and then examines the reasons, aims

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The Role of Wireless Telecommunications in the Age of Digital Media

Abstract The United States faces a double edged sword with the next generation of wireless data services. Consumers enjoy widespread competition from six major nationwide wireless operators, with a variety of standards offering a wide range of data and multimedia

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Mobile Data Communications in China

A paper on the Mobile Data Communications market in China by the Hong Kong University, Science and Technology. Download: best treatment for acne scars 2003-_12_HKU_MobileDataChina_Paper

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Perspectives on Mobile Cellular Telecommunications

This paper offers a short review of the mobile cellular telecommunications sector, suggesting key issues and parameters that are guiding its development under the headings of technology and business models. The paper takes a critical look at some of the

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Regulation and Poverty Reduction

Paper presented at the ESCAP Forum 27-28 November 2003, Bangkok “Government Policies and Strategies on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Rural Poverty Reduction in Asia and the Pacific Region” Purchase Office 2013 Download Download: 2003-_11_TRPC_RegPovRedn_Paper

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Telecommunications Privatization: Evidence and Some Lessons

Paper 2 academic version by John Ure. Download: 2003-_10_TRPC_TelcoPrivatization_Paper Microsoft Windows 7 Price

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Policy-Induced Competition: The Telecommunications Experience

This paper  reviews the experiences of previous regulatory openings to competition in the telecommunications market, attempting to determine what worked, what didn’t, and why. On the basis of this evidence, the author forecasts the likelihood and the direction of local competition using the

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Telecom Trade In Services

Presentation by John Ure to Workshop on Trade, 15th General Meeting of PECC, Brunei Darussalem 1 Sept 2003. Download: windows 8 oem download 2003-_09_TRPC_TelecomTradeServices_Presentation

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Competition and Investment in the Local Loop

A Hong Kong – China Trade-in Telecommunications Services Perspective (A paper by John Ure in response to ‘Review of the Regulatory Policy for Type II Interconnection’ Consultation Paper, 23 May 2003, OFTA). It is based upon recent research and interviews

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The Uncertainties of Broadband: Implications for Unbundling the Local Loop

The presentation covers the debate between the efficiencies and danger of PSTN ULL and its implications in the local New Zealand market and regulatory environment; as such leading to substitution against broadband opportunities. Download essay writing services 2003_08_ISCR_UncertaintiesofBroadband_presentation

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Hong Kong’s Mobile Market in Perspective

Over 85 per cent of the population of Hong Kong has a mobile phone, one of the world’s highest penetration rates, but just how important this sector is to Hong Kong’s economy? A paper by John Ure  for “Hong Kong: The

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The Future of TV in China

This paper aims to offer a comprehensive picture of the TV market in China. A research paper by Terence Graham for the Center for the Future of China Download 2003_02_TRPC_TheFutureofTVChina_workingpapers

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Mobile Commerce in Hong Kong

A research paper by John Ure, outlining the definition of mobile commerce (m-commerce) and its presence in Hong Kong. These definitions see m-commerce as building upon existing rather than newly formed consumer preferences. The paper further details the understanding of

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