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Changing Networks: Mexico’s Telecommunications Options
Peter F. Cowhey (ed); Jonathan D. Aronson (ed); Gabriel Szekely (ed)
This book is an outgrowth of a 2-day executive workshop held at the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the Univ. of Calif., San Diego in Nov. 1987. This type of workshop provides a forum for open discussions involving experts from international org., government agencies, & academic institutions, as well as important suppliers & users of services in the telecomm. industry. Contents: Trade in Services & Changes in the World Telecomm. System; Global Diplomacy & National Policy Options for Telecomm.; Mexico’s Challenge: Developing a New International Economic Strategy; Telefonos de Mexico: Development & Perspectives; Telephone Policy in Mexico: Rates & Investment; & Mexican Views of the Industry: A Comment. Illustrations.
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