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Australia - Telecommunications Equipment Market - Revenue Overview

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Last updated: 18 Dec 2003 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 13

Synopsis

Lots of new infrastructure projects were implemented after deregulation in July 1997, and the incumbents were forced to upgrade existing plants in order to be able to compete. In 2000, the combined licensed carriers spent more than $9 billion on capital expenditure. However, after the telco crises this amount had been halved, with still little recovery on the way. The industry has been involved in a three-year restructuring, repositioning themselves in a market that will have to operate on much lower investment levels until at least 2005-2008.

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