Only half of the countries in the Middle East and North Africa have set specific broadband targets 09 October 19

Our Telecoms Profiles for Middle East and North African countries provides in-depth coverage of the telecoms policies, regulatory frameworks and markets in 13 countries.

Four countries (Bahrain, Jordan, Oman and Qatar) have or plan to establish national broadband networks.

Nearly all countries have adopted a competition law and consumer protection rules that apply to the telecoms sector.

The regulator in Kuwait launched a tender to license MVNOs while United Arab Emirates adopted a national cybersecurity strategy.

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