The liberalisation of the telecom sector that we have witnessed throughout the world has been based on two tenets: a) reliance on the private sector for the roll out of networks and the provision of services and b) the imposition of “economic” regulation aimed at creating in the sector the conditions that would exist if full competition prevailed.
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Fabio Colasanti, President, International Institute of Communications
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