Telecommunications in developing countries: the relation to the economy and the society
World Bank, Central Projects Staff, Energy, Water and Telecommunications Dept., 1978 - Political Science - 45 pages
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additional administration ANNEX 1(a annum apply areas automatic busy hour called parties Calling Subscriber CCITT charges community of interest connection consideration consumer surplus developing countries distance and international duction economies of scale effective entity Exchange 1 X factors financial viability foreign exchange GDP invested important income increased industry introduction of STD limited long distance calls long distance circuits long distance facilities long distance services long distance traffic macro forecasts major manual marginal cost method needs normally operating opportunity cost overloaded percentage of GDP plant provision poor quality service possible price elasticities priorities problems production range rate of growth rate of return result revenues routes sector significant social switching tariffs tele telecommunication facilities telecommunications development telecommunications investment telephone demand telephone density telephone service telex tourist traffic capacity traffic levels traffic per line trends users usually waiting lists World Bank