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Australia Telecommunications - Market Forecasts 2005-2015

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Last updated: 30 Jun 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 9

Analyst: Peter Evans

Synopsis

The telco crisis from the early 00s threw our long-term forecasts out by three to five years. While our underlaying growth elements all remain in place it will take several more years to realise their results. Demand across all telco markets remains strong, even during the crisis. It is however, the structure of the industry which is totally dominated by Telstra that is stifling growth. It is unlikely that the incumbent will see significant growth before 2007. The report provides long-range forecast by markets, products and industry groups up to 2015.

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