India - Telecommunications Regulatory Overview to 2010

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Last updated: 6 Jul 2010 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 23

Analyst: Peter Evans


The Indian government has been continuing to push to complete the restructuring of the telecommunications regulatory regime. Some years back the corporatisation of the operational arm of DoT to form BSNL set the scene for the industry to move forward. The subsequent opening up of the market to full scale competition has been dramatic, to say the least. However, some major inconsistencies remain. The introduction of a Unified Licensing regime has gone part of the way towards resolving these inconsistencies. This report takes a broad look at the evolving regulatory landscape, together with the liberalisation and privatisation steps that are already changing the sector.

Note: This is an archived report and has not been updated since 2010.

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