Friday, July 18, 2014

The Current State of Mexico's Telecom Reform: A Clash between Reforms and Competition

Ramiro Tovar Landa, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM) explains The Current State of Mexico's Telecom Reform: A Clash between Reforms and Competition.

ABSTRACT: Speech about Telecommunications Reform in México and their industrial policy elements which lie up in income transfers from the incumbent to its competitors and rules that rewards the lack of investment by new competitors and erase incentives to the incumbent reaching confiscatory measures. The reform is guided to service based competition rather than facilities based. Mexico is about to test a regulatory policy failure when the investment by both, incumbent and entrants, is needed to reach the higher grow to the Mexico' economy.

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