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  • Presentation  |   2014

    Broadband Infrastructure in South Asia and West Asia

    Author(s): Ruddy, Michael

    ICT Ruddy, Michael Download PDF http://www.unescap.org/resources/presentation-section-1-broadband-infrastructure-south-asia-and-west-asia-mr-michael-ruddy Trans Asia-Europe Europe-Persia Express Gateway South Asian Subregional Economic Cooperation Information Highway cross-border connectivity Telecommunications fixed-line telephony mobile...

  • Presentation  |   2014

    Connectivity in Central Asia- Markets, Infrastructure, and Policy Options for Enhancing Cross‐Border Connectivity

    Author(s): Ruddy, Michael

    Transport Ruddy, Michael Download PDF http://www.unescap.org/resources/presentation-section-1-connectivity-central-asi... International bandwidth fiber infrastructure INTERNET Telecommunications broadband connection International connectivity fiber optic transmission ICT HARMONIZATION All Presentation Terabit Consulting 2014-01-01 00:00:00 Asian...

  • Report  |   2014

    ICTs for Regional Trade and Integration in Africa

    Author(s): Souter, David ; Adam, Lishan ; Jagun, Abiodun ; Tusubira, Tusu

    Trade is critically important to Africa's economic prospects, as a source of revenue, investment and employment, yet Africa's trade is highly fragmented and the weakness of its trade performance constrains growth and poverty reduction. Africa today generates only about 2.5-3.5 per cent of world trade. African countries mostly export...

  • Report  |   2014

    Institutional Arrangements for the Promotion of Regional Integration of Electricity Markets: International Experience

    Author(s): Oseni, Musiliu O. ; Pollitt, Michael G.

    This paper focuses on the institutional arrangements needed for facilitating regional electricity cooperation. The paper begins by discussing the theory of international trade cooperation in electricity, with a view to discussing what preconditions might be important in facilitating wide area trading across national borders. It then discusses two...

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