The Committee has plenty of patrician put-downs of the extreme-end of the Brexiteer spectrum for their lack of knowledge on trade Another day, another report from the House of Lords EU committee looking at Brexit this time its impact on trade. ... RTE Online, 1 month ago
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NCC to enforce use it, lose it or trade it policy Nigeria's $68 billion telecommunications sector may from first quarter of 2017 allow spectrum trading in the industry. This, will, however, come after agreement must have been reached by the ...The Guardian Nigeria, 1 month ago Niger - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses BuddeComm, 1 week ago
Mobile operator Three issued strong criticism of Ofcom for not going far enough as the regulator proposed a 42 percent cap on the amount of mobile spectrum a single operator could hold. Currently, Vodafone holds 29 percent of spectrum, Three ...Computer Business Review, 1 month ago
Sri Lanka's efforts to boost capital inflows through the gradual liberalisation of its trade and investment laws will be explored in a forthcoming report by the global publishing firm Oxford Business Group (OBG). The Report: Sri Lanka 2017 will ...DailyFT, 54 minutes ago First Capital Holdings signs MOU with Oxford Business Group Lanka Business Online, 14 hours ago
Executive summary Kosovo's regulator issues spectrum to boost mobile broadband Kosovo has benefited from financial and regulatory assistance as part of the EU pre-accession process. The EU remains Kosovo's main trading partner and its main source ...BuddeComm, 2 months ago South Africa - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses BuddeComm, 2 days ago Hungary - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses BuddeComm, 1 week ago Venezuela - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses BuddeComm, 2 weeks ago
The PTA said the demand for spectrum is increasing day by day as new technologies emerge. This has forced regulators to introduce measures to liberalise the markets. PHOTO: FILE KARACHI: The regulatory authority has allowed telecom operators ...The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
former Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, Dr. Ernest Ozioma Ubabukoh Telecommunications stakeholders have said that secondary market of spectrum will enable spectrum resources to shift from low value users to ...Nigeria Punch, 1 month ago
CAPA It is notable that airline liberalisation has scarcely been driven by overt consumer pressure. Instead it has been a handful of influential and enlightened governments who, recognising the flow-on economic benefits, have promoted aviation ...Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, 1 month ago
By nationalising radio spectrum, SA risks a repetition of the fixed-line monopoly fallacy, writes Ivo Vegter The #DataMustFall movement seeks lower mobile and fixed-line data prices. Don't we all? Not obvious is whether its premise is valid, and, ...Business Live South Africa, 1 month ago
Umar Garba Danbatta Emma Okonji Having achieved international best practice in the telecoms sector, through a robust telecoms regulation, industry stakeholders have called for the introduction of secondary spectrum trading in the telecoms ...This Day Online, 1 month ago
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