This Global Trends report outlines how several wholesale-only mobile networks created through public-private partnerships have been recently evolving.
In Rwanda, the Ministry of ICT and Innovation (MINICT) announced its intent to end the monopoly over 4G mobile networks currently granted to Korea Telecom Rwanda Networks (KTRN). KTRN is a wholesale-only 4G mobile network established in 2013 through a partnership between the government of Rwanda and Korea’s mobile network operator KT.
The end of KTRN’s exclusivity rights over 4G technology stems from new government policies aimed at promoting more competition in the roll-out of mobile broadband networks across the country. Other significant cases discussed in this flash are in Malaysia and in Mexico.
20 March 23
Taxing the digital economy
This Global Trends benchmark highlights the current tax measures on the digital economy applied in twelve jurisdictions around the globe. All surveyed jurisdictions committed to join the international tax reform expected by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to be implemented by mid-2023.
09 March 23
Audiovisual Media Service Directive: transposition into member states national legislations is now finalised
Cullen International has updated its AVMSD benchmarks that compare detailed implementing rules across 12 EU member states.
06 March 23
New benchmark on designated Digital Service Coordinators to enforce rules of the Digital Services Act
Our new benchmark shows the European countries (among the 14 covered) that have already decided which authority will be designated as the Digital Service Coordinator (DSC) under the Digital Services Act (DSA).
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