2 edition of The state of telecommunications infrastructure and regulatory environment of APEC economies. found in the catalog.
The state of telecommunications infrastructure and regulatory environment of APEC economies.
|Contributions||Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Organization). Telecommunications Working Group.|
|LC Classifications||HE8342 .S73 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||94942848|
Abstract. The scope of this paper is the regulatory environment within which telecom operators and potential new entrants function, that is, a subset of the overall Regulatory Risk environment here described as the “Telecom Regulatory Environment” (TRE) that includes only the telecom-specific aspects. C ONTENTS III Table Infrastructure Access 50 Table Infrastructure Affordability 52 Table ICT Policy Governance and Vision 54 Table Broadband Targets of APEC Economies 55 Table Tariffs on a Basket of Imported ICT Products (%) 58 Table Open Access Policy for Telecom Market 60 Table Market Competition Level 62 Table Legal Environment .
• About half of APEC economies have an explicit strategy for regulatory reform. • Only one-third publish an annual legislative or regulatory plan. • Around 12 economies have published clear regulatory quality principles for regulators to follow. The most consistent principles are those on transparency and efficiency (low-cost). both Country Risk and Regulatory Risk is a necessity in making the investment. The scope of this paper is the regulatory environment within which telecom operators and potential new entrants function, that is, a subset of the overall Regulatory Risk environment here described as the Telecom Regulatory Environment (TRE) that.
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State of telecommunications, infrastructure, and regulatory environment of APEC economies. Singapore: APEC Telecommunications Working Group,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Organization).
This publication sets forth those regulatory environments in APEC member economies. It shows trends of liberalisation in domestic telecommunications and information sectors.
Introduction; Australia; Canada; Chile; People's Republic of China; Hong Kong; Indonesia; Japan; Republic of Korea; New Zealand; Philippines; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; United States of America. The study points out that the improvement of regulatory environment affecting the provision of services in the food value chain requires a “whole-of-government” approach effort, as the formulation of services-related regulations usually entails the participation of several agencies.
inform member economies as they develop policy and regulatory frameworks to secure their digital economies, and their digital futures. 1) Preamble 1. The 10th Ministerial Meeting on Telecommunications and Information (APEC TELMIN10) endorsed the APEC TEL Strategic Action Plan with 5 Priority Areas that include.
a) recognised that, as the economic interdependence among APEC economies deepens, telecommunications and information infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region has a critical role to play in strengthening market linkages and enhancing.
This report reviews the application of selected GRPs across the 21 APEC members. The report focus on several procedures that promote regulatory quality standards particularly important to trade and investment such as accountability, consultation, efficiency, and transparency.
of the traditional regulatory regime. The third reason for the current upheaval in the telecommunications sec- tor was the passage of an important new law to govern telecommunications in the United States, the Telecommunications Act of Telecommunications has traditionally been subject to a complex federal and state regulatory.
The APEC Telecommunications and Information Working Group (abbreviated as TEL) was established in and meets biannually. The TEL aims to advance the development of information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and services as well as to promote cooperation, information sharing and the development of effective ICT policies and.
A robust telecommunications infrastructure, coupled with an effective regulatory environment is also important for economic growth In Q3the Information and Communication sector contributed % to the total GDP of Nigeria 2.
Towards achieving its. During this era of construction of the information superhighway, this volume presents a prudent analysis of the pros and cons of continuing state regulation of telecommunications. While interested parties either attack or defend state regulation, careful scholarly analysis is required to strike the appropriate balance of regulatory federalism.
Ministers praised the completion of the second edition of The State of Telecommunications Infrastructure and Regulatory Environments of APEC Economies, the Working Group's stress on human resources development, and its important contribution to the consideration of coordinating APEC's electronic data interchange activities.
Toggle mobile search Toggle mobile menu. Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation. Login. APEC economies have seen the benefits that accrue through network interconnectivity and open participation, while recognizing the investment required for digital infrastructure buildout and the need for a conducive policy and regulatory environment to facilitate the sustainable and inclusive growth of the Internet and Digital Economy.
Senior officials from APEC’s member economies are advancing actions towards recovery The Next Unexpected Crisis APEC economies have the most varied and extensive experience in dealing with calamities, and should be ideal contributors to conversations about multilateral disaster response.
TELECOM SECTOR – CONTD. nMinimal Government funding of telecom infrastructure allowing resources to be available for other sectors. nMassive Private sector investment to the sector.
nImproved availability and quality of service. nContinuously innovating telecom environment with introduction of new services on a continuous basis. Infrastructure investment and development have played a critical role in this process in terms of improving connectivity and unleashing growth potentials.
In the face of a huge infrastructure gap in the Asia-Pacific region, public-private partnership (PPP) is considered by APEC member economies as a cost-effective solution to bridging this gap. APEC OECD Integrated Checklist on Regulatory Reform section on regulatory policy and the Leaders’ Statement to Implement the APEC Transparency Standards o Furthermore inAPEC released its Final Report on Good Regulatory Practices in APEC economies.
The review focuses on 3 main. APEC economies endorsed the APEC Guidebook on Quality of Infrastructure Development and Investment (Revision). It is the first attempt in APEC to compile the key elements in development and investment of quality infrastructure including transparency, openness, economic efficiency and fiscal soundness.
Government meets to share international regulatory experience in telecommunications. three roundtable discussions to be held today and tomorrow entitled “The role of competition policy in promoting infrastructure to reduce the digital divide,” “Maximizing the impact of gender equity in the digital economy within APEC economies” and.
telecommunications infrastructure and growth,after controlling for a number of other factors. a) Problem Statement: The purpose of this study is exploring the relationship between the economic growths and financing through telecom infrastructure.
III. Conceptual Frame Work IV. Formulation of Hypothesis The study is explaining to analyze the role of. APEC member economies recognize that Established inthe Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) facilitates economic growth, cooperation, trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region.
Encouraging the creation of policy and regulatory environment favorable to the development of the Asia Pacific Information.• Part 1 discusses infrastructure needs in the APEC region, the relationship between infrastructure and growth, the economic infrastructure challenges faced by APEC economies and the role of APEC in promoting structural reform for infrastructure.
• Part 2 discusses structural policy settings and reforms, drawing on case studies from. Regulation in the telecommunications sector is a mixed bag.
Historically, telecom technology has been hoarded by the U.S. government for years before the release to general consumers.