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Telecommunications in China

Author : Jintong Lin
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This book explains the history, current situation, market size and technological level of China's telecommunication industry in detail. It also provides an introduction to the main operators in China and their respective market shares and network technologies. Information about major equipment manufacturing enterprises and their major products is also provided, and their competitive strengths are analyzed. Finally, the book describes the evolution of China's telecommunication regulatory regime, the changes in telecommunication policies and the reform of regulatory practices. The impact of these reform measures is then briefly evaluated.

Chinese Telecommunications Policy

Author : Xu Yan
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Based on firsthand information obtained from interviews with senior figures in the Chinese telecommunications industry, this book presents a unique review and analysis of the evolution of Chinese telecommunications policy. It analyses the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing new entrants, issues of ownership and interconnection, the broad economic background of 3G licensing, and the significant implications of ChinaOCOs accession to the WTO. These are fully analyzed within the context of the unfolding Chinese regulatory system."

China s Telecommunications Reforms

Author : Scott Yunxiang Guan
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In the early 1990s, China started to reform its telecommunications regime by removing barriers to foreign and private investment and encouraging competition. This text applies the "Public Choice Plus" theory (developed in the study of economics) to the analysis of the policymaking process of China's telecommunications reforms. Guan is a senior fellow at the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy at the U. of Toronto.

China Telecommunications

Author : Xing Fan
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Telecommunications and Development in China

Author : Paul S. N. Lee
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Expanding on the relationship between telecommunications and development, this work concentrates on the link between telecommunications and economic growth. China's telecoms and their bearing on the country's development are used as an example to further consider this relationship.

China s Telecommunications

Author : Yunpeng Hao
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Telecommunications and Economic Development in China

Author : Markus Wauschkuhn
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China s Telecommunications Revolution

Author : Eric Harwit
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China's telecommunications industry has seen revolutionary transformation and growth over the past three decades. Chinese Internet users number nearly 150 million, and the PRC expects to quickly pass the US in total numbers of connected citizens. The number of mobile and fixed-line telephone users soared from a mere 2 million in 1980 to a total of nearly 800 million in 2007. China has been the most successful developing nation in history for spreading telecommunications access at an unparalleled rapid pace. This book tells how China conducted its remarkable "telecommunications revolution". It examines both corporate and government policy to get citizens connected to both voice and data networks, looks at the potential challenges to the one-party government when citizens get this access, and considers the new opportunities for networking now offered to the people of one of the world's fastest growing economies. The book is based on the author's fieldwork conducted in several Chinese cities, as well as extensive archival research. It focuses on key issues such as building and running the country's Internet, mobile phone company rivalry, foreign investment in the sector, and telecommunications in China's vibrant city of Shanghai. It also considers the country's internal "digital divide", and questions how equitable the telecommunications revolution has been. Finally, it examines the ways the PRC's entry to the World Trade Organization will shape the future course of telecommunications growth.

China in the Information Age

Author : Milton Mueller
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China's economic and social progress toward modernization is one of the defining features of the last quarter of the 20th century. The emergence of China coincides with another development of equally important international implications--the revolution in information and telecommunication technology. But how compatible are the new China and the information age? The Chinese government intends to embrace market-oriented economic development while maintaining centralized control over politics, culture, and public discourse. The contradictions and tensions of this goal are especially acute in telecommunication and information technology markets, where the rest of the world is moving rapidly toward liberalization and globalization. Will China's economic reforms allow it to join the information revolution, or will its unique political structure keep it insulated from the main currents of global economic development? This volume is the first detailed examination of how China's reform process is playing out in the realm of information and telecommunications.

Foreign Investment and Participation in China s Telecommunications

Author : Xueping Du
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Telecommunications Equipment China

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Beyond the Mainland

Author : Robert C. Fonow
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Globalization and Competitiveness in the Telecommunications Industry

Author : Jianqiu Zeng
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The Chinese Road to High Technology

Author : X. Shen
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This book provides a detailed insight into China's endeavours to acquire the advanced technical competencies which lie at the heart of modern telecommunications. Distinctively detailed first hand material is presented in two contrasting case studies in the field of public digital switching systems. The book explores the deep problems that beset the former socialist system, how these are changing in the face of China's economic transition and its distinctive technological policy of 'walking on two legs'. An invaluable guide to China, The Chinese Road to High Technology also offers important insights into the issues facing other developing countries.

Chinese Telecommunications Policy

Author : Xu Yan
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Based on firsthand information obtained from interviews with senior figures in the Chinese telecommunications industry, this book presents a unique review and analysis of the evolution of Chinese telecommunications policy. It analyses the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing new entrants, issues of ownership and interconnection, the broad economic background of 3G licensing, and the significant implications of China's accession to the WTO. These are fully analyzed within the context of the unfolding Chinese regulatory system.

Telecommunications in China

Author : Intelecon Research & Consultancy Ltd
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REFORMS DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA

Author : Ching-Man Chan
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This dissertation, "The Reforms and Development of China's Telecommunications Sector in the Light of Its Accession Into the World Trade Organization" by Ching-man, Chan, 陳靜雯, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author. Abstract: Abstract China's telecommunications service sector was traditionally protected from both domestic and foreign competition. The sector was monopolized by the former Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT), which acted as both the regulator and the public operator. Foreign participation was also strictly prohibited. Two major rounds of reforms were initiated during the period 1993 and 1994, and during 1998 and 1999. The key reforms and development included the establishment of China Unicom in 1994, the formation of the Ministry of Information Industry (ME) in 1998, and the first breakup of China Telecom in 1999. The second breakup of China Telecom in 2002 was another significant development. A number of factors led to these reforms and development, namely the global trend of liberalization of the telecommunications service sector, the dissatisfaction with the monopoly, the government's desire to create a competitive market, and the need to comply with the World Trade Organization (WTO) commitments. The research attempts to examine the possible impact of these reforms and development by studying the statistics of various aspects of the main operators and of the sector in the last decade. Any changes in a micro and/or macro perspective may be attributable to such reforms. Findings show a slowing growth of the sector in the past few years in terms of business volume, realized revenue, realized fixed asset investment; and the formation and growth of China Mobile, China Netcom, and China Unicom at the expense of China Telecom regarding the number of subscribers, operating revenue, realized fixed asset investment, and business volume. After accession into the WTO, it is anticipated that foreign participation in the sector will be active. However, this is not the case so far. It is expected that the domestic operators will continue to dominate the sector in the near future; at least until the WTO commitments are fully implemented. DOI: 10.5353/th_b2951901 Subjects: Telecommunication - Economic aspects - China Telecommunication policy - China Competition, International

Telecommunications Equipment

Author : United States. Bureau of East-West Trade
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China s Post and Telecommunications

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China s Telecommunications Market

Author : Ding Lu
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Before the 1990s, China's telecommunications sector was a lacklustre monopoly featured by poor quality service and inadequate capacity. As of 2003, the country boasts a dynamic telecommunications industry with the world's largest communciations network and user-base with over 460 million telephone subscribers. China's accession to the WTO in 2001 has opened this huge developing telecommunications market to foreign participation and investment. one of the world's largest telecommunications networks in a period of less than a decade by reviewing China's national industrial policies and institutional reforms within the industry. The reader will find in this volume in-depth analysis of the interplay between politicial and economic forces amidst the industry's structural overhaul and regulatory reforms. The accounts of industrial features and market conditions are enriched with up-to-date data, which are extremely useful for appreciating the development and prospects for this fast-growing market, set against the backdrop of China's accession to the WTO.