Thursday, 08 December 2016

Vietnam Telecoms Monopoly Broken by Saigon Postel

By Kevin Bubel for Bloomberg News
Tuesday 10 June 97

Vietnam has moved to end its existing telecommunications monopoly by licensing a start-up provider owned by other state-owned companies. Saigon Post and Telecommunications Joint Stock Corporation (Saigon Postel Corp) is the first company licensed to challenge the monopoly on networks and services held by the state-run Vietnam Post and Telecommunications (VNPT). The telecommunications market in Vietnam is growing at a rate of 30% per year…

Vietnam has moved to end its existing telecommunications monopoly by licensing a start-up provider owned by other state-owned companies. Saigon Post and Telecommunications Joint Stock Corporation (Saigon Postel Corp) is the first company licensed to challenge the monopoly on networks and services held by the state-run Vietnam Post and Telecommunications (VNPT). The telecommunications market in Vietnam is growing at a rate of 30% per year…

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