The WTO Agreement and Telecommunication Policy Reforms
World Bank, Development Research Group, Trade, 2001 - Telecommunication - 67 pages
Happily, the revolution going on in the telecommunications industry is benign. Technological change and competition are making possible changes considered improbable even 15 years ago. The WTO Agreement on Basic Telecommunications Services created a new regime for the world market. Now we must pay close attention to regulatory fundamentals.
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Liberalization Strategies in Developing and Transition Economies
Challenges for Regulation after the WTO Agreement
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