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Latin American Communications- Status, Trends and Future Policy Guidelines by Raul Katz

03.12.2019
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Latin American Communications- Status, Trends and Future Policy Guidelines

By Raul Katz

The focus of this chapter is to assess the status, and summarise the most important trends, of the telecommunications sector in Latin America. Its purpose is to define a set of public policy and regulatory guidelines for future industry development. For context, we begin by presenting the principal trends of the industry on a worldwide scale and then zoom into the current situation in the region in order to highlight similarities and differences.

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Latin American Communications- Status, Trends and Future Policy Guidelines

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IIC 50th Anniversary Book
Raul Katz Raul Katz Director of Business Strategy Research, Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, Columbia University
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