Martin, Josh
May 2000
Middle East;May2000, Issue 301, p19
Reports on the increase of competition facing state telecommunication monopolies in the Middle East. Consumers' use of alternative forms of communication such as mobile phones and Internet telephony; Governments' rush to upgrade their telecommunications networks; Public demand for privatization; Dependence of economic growth on telecommunications.


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