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UAE to Keep Telecom Sector Closed

The UAE government has announced that it will not open up the country's telecommunications sector to foreign companies in the near future, reported Gulf News. The UAE's Minister of Government Sector Development Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri said the current number of companies is adequate, and tariffs will become competitive because etisalat no longer has a monopoly on phone and internet services.
via ameinfo.com End Post

1 Comments:

Blogger bizzwhizz said...

This might be a step that the gov would have to reconsider, already the telecom costs are pretty high compared to developed economies like Malaysia or even developing economies like Pakistan

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