New Zealand - Analysis - Market Overview (Historic) 1998- 2002

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Last updated: 4 Nov 2002 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 17

Analyst: Lawrence Baker

Synopsis

The telecommunications industry in New Zealand saw an upturn in fortunes in 2001, after a couple of years of relative decline. Leading the charge were the mobile and Internet markets. Telecom’s dominance is increasingly coming under threat, although any changes are slow. 2000 was an interesting 12 months in so far as a change of government finally ended the cosy relationship between government and Telecom. A Ministerial Inquiry in to the industry was launched that led to a new Telecommunications Act.

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