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Saturday, April 01, 2006 

Privatization, Regulation and Investment: A Case Study of the TRE and Investment in Guyana

A sound and enabling telecom regulatory environment (TRE) is an important factor in the level of telecom investment for any country. For developing countries, such as Guyana, with generally weak regulatory institutions and underdeveloped telecom markets, the impact of the TRE on investment is often negative. This pilot study applies a methodology to assess Guyana’s TRE and the level of telecom investment in the country.

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