Asia - Telecommunications Infrastructure

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Last updated: 16 Jun 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 13

Analyst: Peter Evans


After avoiding the worst of the global downturn in the telecom sector, Asia has been feeling the impact of the scaling back of corporate expansion plans. Planned infrastructure projects were being reviewed and deferred. Consequently, equipment orders began to shrink. These actions are seen, however, as a temporary redirection of effort. At least US$1 trillion still needs to be invested in new infrastructure in the region over the next decade to meet the predicted demand for telecommunications services. This report provides an overview of infrastructure in the region with a particular focus on the status of submarine cables and satellite networks.

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