The Economic Benefits of Telecoms Liberalization in Hong Kong

A revised and updated version of a study undertaken August-October 1997 on behalf of the Hong Kong Committee for Pacific Economic Co-operation (HKCPEC).

The Economic Benefits of Telecoms Liberalization in Hong Kong

This paper assesses the likely effects on tariffs and revenues of the liberalization of Hong Kong’s international market which takes effect from 1 January 1999. The analysis borrows from a similar exercise conducted by the Australian Industry Commission in March 1997.

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