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Morroco's regulator was succesful in eliminating cross subisidzation of services within its market.
Monday, June 18, 2001

The Arab Advisors Group believes that Morocco's regulator (ANRT) can surely be an example for many other Arab countries

June 18, 2001 -
Arab Advisors Group (, a specialized strategic research company on telecommunication, Internet, and technology in the Arab world, has released a research note pointing out some of the steps taken by the ANRT in guiding the Moroccan market towards a full competition phase.
The research note which was released to subscribers of Arab Advisors Group Strategic Research Service, and is available for online purchase through the company's website (, Predicts a major change in the Moroccan landscape due to giving license for new fixed -services operators.
"The fixed services tender is expected to be finalized by 2002, and the Moroccan government is banking on a successful process to attract investments as well as collect hefty license fees." Explained Hala Baqain, an Arab Advisors Group analyst.
Arab Advisors group estimates that the Moroccan communication market will expand and eventually reach the full competition phase by 2003.
The research note details morocco's market progression towards competition based on information from the ANRT and Arab Advisors Group own resources.
According to the note, Not only did the ANRT give way for new investors but it also prevented Morocco's communication giant Maroc Telecom from trying to leverage its market dominance to unfairly squeeze market share from its competitors.
Arab Advisors Group concludes in its research note that Morocco sets the right example for many other Arab countries, especially the ones who are non-oil exporting and are in a bad need to upgrade their communication markets.

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