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Apr

2003

Orascom Telecom Algeria launched its service in February 2002 and managed to command 70% of the market after less than 10 months of operations. Algérie Télécom, the government owned incumbent, is...
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Mar

2003

Debit and credit cards in Morocco have grown by 30% 2002 to exceed 1.3 million. 2003 growth will be around 25% and will positively contribute to the e-commerce landscape in the market. Nonetheless,...
13

Mar

2003

The new telecom law in Lebanon, expected to be enacted by Parliament during 2003, will achieve the goals of separating regulation from operation. This law is planned to reform the telecom sector and...
09

Mar

2003

A privatized and more market savvy Saudi Telecom, and expected competition in the Saudi GSM market after 2004, will propel the Saudi GSM market to become the most lucrative segment, by far, in the...
05

Mar

2003

Jordan’s Petroleum Sector Liberalization presents opportunities for new entrants as the Jordan Petroleum Refinery Corporation loses its monopoly. March 05, 2007 With the Jordan Petroleum Refinery...
04

Mar

2003

The planned local Internet node in Lebanon is set to reinvigorate the market. With an initial planned capacity of 90 mbps, the Internet node will enhance the total country's bandwidth, allow for...
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Feb

2003

A comprehensive survey of close to 5% of Jordan's small and medium enterprises across the various economic sectors was concluded in February. The results show a satisfactory adoption of Information...
13

Feb

2003

The Iraqi communications market enters a whole new competitive era in 2007, with the expected launch of multiple wireless fixed service providers. The country also has competition between three...
04

Feb

2003

The results of the Regional Internet Bandwidth Capacity Index and Regional Utilized Internet Bandwidth Index based on December 2002 figures have been released by Arab Advisors group in a research...
03

Feb

2003

Morocco's communications market is the first market in the region to undergo a very clear "fixed to mobile substitution" phenomenon. The voice services (fixed and Mobile) still constitute the biggest...

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