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Telecommunications: Hong Kong And The SAR

TELECOMMUNICATIONS: HONG KONG AND THE SAR (Published in J.Cheng and S.H.Lo From Colony to SAR: Hong Kong’s Challenge Ahead, Chinese University Press, 1995) In the world of modern digital telecommunications, high speeds of exchange switching and transmission along bundles of

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Telecommunications in Hong Kong

Until 1st July 1995 the liberalization of telecommunications services in Hong Kong had been a process rather than an event. Steadily throughout the 1980s and early 1990s telecommunications markets had been opened to competitive entry, starting with customer premises equipment

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Telecommunications: The Other Hong Kong Report

(Published in Cheung Y.L and M.H.Sze eds. 1995 The Other Hong Kong Report 1995, The Chinese University Press) by John Ure With the ending of the Hong Kong Telephone Company’s (HKTC) monopoly on the provision of the domestic public switched

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The Chinese Telecommunications Market

Paper delivered to the Business & Technology Exchange Forum on Telecommunications, Hong Kong Industrial Technology Centre Corporation Tech Centre, Kowloon 14th-15th September 1995. By John Ure adobe updater mac Downloads: 1995-09_TRPC_TheChineseTelecomsMarket_Presentation

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PCS: Regulation and Markets

Wireless personal communications technologies are about to enter their second decisive stage of development. Stage one was incremental, supplementing wireline communications networks. Stage two is radical, offering both synergy and substitution, and heralds a third, revolutionary stage in which all

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China’s Networking and Hong Kong’s Access

China’s entry into the Information Age is a moment of enormous importance. It has been on the cards for quite some time, but Cocom restrictions on high technology exports to the PRC and, until recently, the lack of an electronics industrial

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Information Service Technology in Hong Kong and China

Changes overtaking the telecommunications industry are giving it a central role in the development of the information economy. As an open service economy, Hong Kong’s future growth depends largely on the successful diffusion of these technologies. As the premier entropÔt

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Telecommunications in Asia : policy, planning and development

Published: Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press The Asian region is seeing the largest expansion of telecommunications in history. From rural communications to information superhighways, the demand for equipment and services is the fastest growing in the world. What

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