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Telecommunications regulation in Hong Kong

Authors Xavier, P.
Yan, X.
Issue Date 2002
Source Info , v. 4, (5), 2002, p. 12-25
Summary Telecommunications regulation in Hong Kong (China) is interesting as a case study of pro-competitive regulation in a geographically small city of some 6.8 million people. It is also of particular interest because The Office of the Telecommunications Authority, the sector regulator, has for four years running (1999-2002) been voted the best Asian regulator by readers of Telecom Asia. What policies were applied to warrant this sustained approval rating? This paper examines these policies and suggests further improvements. © MCB UP Limited.
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ISSN 1463-6697
Language English
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