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Bottom of the Pyramid and Mobile Payments

Approximately half the world’s population of over 6 billion people has access to a mobile phone and over 80 per cent live in areas covered by a mobile network. For the first time people living in the developing world own

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The Business Dynamics of Social Network Sites (SNS)

Social networking has become global based as it is on the Internet. Less certain has been its transformation into sustainable businesses models. Most SNS have either disappeared or their market share has been absorbed by one of a very few

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TRPC Response Paper to “Industry Structure for Next Generation Access Networks”, a Consultation Paper Issued by the IDA of Singapore

Our response paper to the following questions posed by the IDA of Singapore: Question 1: IDA seeks views and comments on the scope of separation that may be included in the regulatory toolkit, particularly differentiation in terms of types of

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China Standards and IPRs

TRP working paper for the EU-China Trade Project how to get lighter naturally Download 2007-04_TRP_ChinaStandardsIPRs_workingpaper.pdf

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Asian Telecom Connectivity Market: Executive Summary

This report is a summary of the findings of the Telecommunications Research Project, University of Hong Kong (2005). essay writers online   Download: 2005-00_TRPC_AsianTelecomConnectivity_WorkingPaper

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FDI in Telecommunications Services Asia

The paper begins by looking at the data on the scale of investment in the telecommunication services sector across the Asia Pacific region, the reactions to 1997,and traces the country differences, which are displayed in graph form in Appendix 3.

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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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China’s Telecoms and IT Sectors: Planning and the WTO?

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De-Constructuring 3G and Reconstructing Telecoms?

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The Future of Digital Entertainment: Interactive TV Revisited

The arrival of interactive TV (iTV) has been repeatedly declared over the past 25 years. Most recently, industry analysts speculated on the breakthrough of iTV as a result of digital computer technology merging with traditional TV. Though mass adoption of

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Modelling Critical Mass for E-Commerce: The Case of Hong Kong

This TRP Working Paper is an updated version of a paper that first appeared in March 2000, using data collected December 2000. Readers are free to quote, but please also cite the reference. Downloads: abortion argument essay 2001-Feb_TRPC_ModellingCriticalMassForE-CommHK_WorkingPaper

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Response Paper to Licensing Framework for 3G Mobile Services

John Ure’s second response to OFTA’s 3G consultation process, and analysis of Comments Received, Preliminary Conclusions and Further Industry Consultation. Downloads 2000-03_Licensing Third Generation Mobile adobe creative suite 5 design standard 2000_10_Licensing_3G_HK_ResponsePaper 2000_03_OFTA_3G_Response

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Telecommunications Policy in China: A Two-tier Bargaining Model

Telecommunications has become one of the anointed ‘pillar industries’ of China’s economic reform program. That this policy emphasis has been successful was illustrated in 1993 when the governor of Hebei, officiating at an opening ceremony, remarked that the “old wisdom”

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Technology Transfer and Hong Kong’s Telecommunications Equipment Manufacturing Sector

Hong Kong is a small place, so even heavy usage of telecommunications within Hong Kong would not be sufficient to create a substantial market for components and equipment, yet in 1995 Hong Kong exports of telecommunication were around US$4 billion,

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Videotex and Information Services in Hong Kong

To discuss videotex in a comparative context we need some agreed meaning of the term, yet it becomes evident after a little investigation that there is no clearly delineated or universally accepted meaning. Some authors see the videotex as a

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