Panel Discussion: Competition in European Telecommunications and Market Perspective

Competition in Liberalised Telecommunications Markets
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The fact that competition in the telecommunications industry, both in terms of infrastructure and basic services, has been accepted in principle, does not guarantee that it will occur in practice. Rather, the greatest challenge facing policy makers is to stimulate competition. A large number of regulatory details remain, which need to be implemented (such as interconnection, access charges, numbering allocation, number portability, access to rights of way, licensing, etc.). These are certainly necessary, but are they sufficient?


Telecommunication Industry World Intellectual Property Organisation Access Charge Network Industry Telecommunication Operator 
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