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Liberalization of Telecommunications in Central Europe

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Abstract

Until 1989, telecommunication in Central European Countries (CECs) was fully monopolized, along with many other spheres of community and economic life. Telecommunications served three essential purposes:

  • as a stimulant of economic development,

  • as a medium for interpersonal communication within society, and

  • as a factor determining the internal and external security of the State.

Keywords

Telecommunication Network Central European Country Network Industry Holding Company Telecommunication Sector 
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