Asia - Telecoms, Mobile & Broadband Overview and Analysis 2006

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Last updated: 25 Sep 2006 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 13

Analyst: Peter Evans


After a period of patchy growth following a global economic downturn and a worldwide telecommunications recession, Asia has commenced a healthy consolidation right across its telecommunications sector. The developed economies of Asia have started serious expansion into more advanced networks and value added services, leading the world in many respects. The developing markets are generally starting to move forward in the building of infrastructure and reforming of the marketplace. Not surprisingly, the growth of mobiles in Asia continues and in the broadband Internet sector Asia is a global leader. This report takes a general look at the Asian telecommunications market.

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