A telecom progress report

November 2002
Middle East;Nov2002, Issue 328, p31
Focuses on developments in the Arab telecommunication industry, as of November 2002. Privatization status of State-owned telecommunication in Egypt; Steps taken by Jordanian government to create a competitive telecom market; Structure of the telecom set-up in Kuwait; Developments in Morocco towards telecom privatization; Creation of a regulatory body by Oman; Financial performance of Saudi Telecom Company.


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