Asia - Telecoms, Mobile & Broadband Overview and Analysis - 2008

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Last updated: 15 Oct 2008 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 18

Analyst: Peter Evans

Synopsis

The telecommunications sector in Asia has proven to be very resilient. Having experienced the occasional significant setback, telecommunications in Asia has managed to move on in a relentless fashion. On one hand, the developed economies of the region are aggressively moving into more advanced networks and value added services, at the same time establishing themselves among the world leaders in telecoms. On the other hand, the developing markets are busy building infrastructure, reforming their marketplaces and, most significantly, experiencing healthy subscriber growth. Strong growth in mobile services has been a feature across Asia, while in the broadband Internet sector Asia is a major player on the global stage. In this report we take a general look at the Asian telecommunications market.

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