Telecommunications market in CIS countries 2010 

Despite sharing a common past CIS countries are very different as regards their: size, number and density of their populations, economies, business and legal environments, political systems and even the mentality and worldview of the people living in each specific state.

by PMR Publications Thursday, November 04, 2010
There is no common economic regulation in CIS or coordination of members' economic policies. Only recently Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan created a common economic area, which will lead to the harmonization of legislation in these countries. These differences impact on the current development of telecommunication markets in CIS countries.

Telecommunications market in CIS countries 2010 report (www.pmrpublications.com/online_shop/en_Telecommunications_market_in_CIS_countries_2010.shtml) provides a regional overview and comparative analysis of the telecommunications market in eleven CIS countries (excluding Russia) including key trends and development forecasts for 2010-2014.

A detailed analysis of the three telecommunications markets offering the greatest potential - Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine - explains market value and growth rates for the whole market and its key segments (mobile, fixed-line, telephony and internet) in 2005-2009 together with key trends and major events in 2007-2010 with regard to regulatory changes, acquisitions and frequency tenders for each of the markets. The report section concludes with a list of key market players by revenue, level of investment and forecasts for each of the markets.

Subsequent sections of the report provide an overview of the telecommunications sector in other CIS countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Each market is characterised by the following indicators supplied in the data sheet for the period of 2005-2009. These include population; number of households; GDP growth; value of the telecommunications, mobile and fixed-line telephony, ISP and wholesale services markets; growth of the telecommunications market and its segments; number of mobile SIM cards, fixed-line telephony subscribers, internet users and fixed broadband subscribers; mobile, fixed-line, internet and broadband penetration.

The report addresses the key aspects of the telecommunications market and its major segments in the CIS countries, including the levels of development of the telecommunications infrastructure in selected CIS markets, forecast changes in the CIS telecommunications market up to 2014, similarities and differences between the CIS countries and investment opportunities presented in particular markets.

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