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Nigeria may allow telecoms spectrum trading
The Guardian Nigeria

Nigeria may allow telecoms spectrum trading

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, 2 days ago

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Computer Business Review

Three slams Ofcom for failing customers in spectrum auction

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 Review2 weeks ago

'Challenge now is to offer quality voice and data'

The recent spectrum auctions will help in improving the quality of both voice and data services Manoj Sinha, who took charge of the Telecom Ministry this July, is not just concerned about fewer call drops for telecom consumers, but also about the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Home Run

Call it the silver jubilee hit. Two-and-ha­lf dec­ades after liberalisation of the Indian economy, domestic firms in the financial sector are delivering a stellar performance. Gone are the days when global honchos swaggered th­eir way through Indian ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Disruption in the airline industry. It is coming, faster and bigger than you think: Part 2

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 Aviation7 hours ago

Nationalising radio spectrum fails to heed a past lesson

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 Africa2 days ago

Kosovo - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses

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 ...
 BuddeComm3 weeks ago Czech Republic Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media Statistics and Analyses, 2022: Czech Infrastructure Owner CETIN to Invest CZK22 Billion - Research and Markets  Financial Mirror5 days ago Colombia - Telecoms Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations - Statistics and Analyses  BuddeComm1 week ago Finland - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses  BuddeComm1 week ago

Spectrum Trading: Stakeholders Call for Subtle Regulation

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 Online1 week ago

Economic diplomacy and ETCA

Economic diplomacy is the use of the full spectrum economic tools of the state to achieve its national interest. Economic diplomacy includes all the economic activities, including but not limited to export, import, investment, lending, aid, free ...
 DailyFT2 months ago Central Bank Governor speaks on Sri Lankan economy to University Women  DailyFT3 weeks ago
Australian Policy Online

Minding the gap(s) in spectrum law: An Australian study and a case for reforms

Achieving efficient spectrum management in the pursuit of the public interest is a key aspect of legal reforms introduced in spectrum liberalising countries. However, spectrum law is unclear about the precise nature of the efficiencies to achieve ...
 Australian Policy Online1 month ago
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