China - Analysis Telecoms Market - late 2004

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Last updated: 12 Oct 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 12

Analyst: Paul Budde

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Archived report: this report was archived September 2005 and has not been updated. In late September I travelled to China to experience, first-hand, some of the exciting new developments in this, the largest country in the world. The country is rapidly changing from a telecoms market to a powerful telecoms player and this will affect the total global telecoms industry. The country already has the greatest number of mobile users; it is the second-largest Internet country and has the number two largest telcos in the world – a country of opportunities, but also one where big losses can occur. A free travel report is available describing overall impressions, observations and trends and economic and social trends and developments (see below).

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