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