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Trade in Information and Communication Services : Opportunities for East and Southern Africa

3G ACCESS TO THE INTERNET ACCESSION ADSL ANNUAL REPORTS ARRANGEMENTS ARTICLE ARTICLES ASP ASYMMETRIC DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINES BACKBONE BACKBONE NETWORKS BANDWIDTH BANDWIDTH CAPACITY BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHY BROADBAND BROADBAND CONNECTIVITY BROADCASTING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MODEL BUSINESS PROCESS BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING BUSINESS SERVICES BUSINESSES CABLE MODEM CALL CENTER CALL CENTERS CAPITAL INVESTMENT CELLULAR SERVICE COLLABORATION COMMUNICATION SERVICES COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS COSTS COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPETITIVENESS COMPUTER COMPANIES COMPUTER EQUIPMENT COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COMPUTERS CONNECTIVITY CONTENTS CUSTOM CUSTOMIZATION CUSTOMS DATA ACCESS DATA COMMUNICATIONS DATA ENTRY DATA GATEWAY DATA MEDIA DATA NETWORK DATA NETWORKS DATA PROCESSING DATA SERVICES DESCRIPTION DIAL-UP ACCESS DIGITAL DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER DOMAIN DOMAIN NAME E-COMMERCE E-GOVERNMENT E-GOVERNMENT PROJECT E-READINESS E-READINESS RANKINGS ELECTRICITY ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS ENTERPRISE SURVEYS EQUIPMENT EXPORT MARKETS FIBRE OPTIC FOREIGN INVESTMENT GATEWAYS GICT GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE HELP DESK HIGH-SPEED HIGH-SPEED ACCESS HUMAN FACTORS HUMAN RESOURCES ICT IMPACT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDEXES INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION ECONOMY INFORMATION SERVICES INFORMATION SOCIETY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER INSTALLATION INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION INTERNATIONAL TRADE INTERNET BANDWIDTH INTERNET CONNECTIVITY INTERNET HOSTS INTERNET SERVERS INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS INTERNET SERVICES INTERNET USE ISP ISPS IT SERVICES JOINT VENTURES LEASED LINES LEGAL CHALLENGES LIABILITY LICENSE LICENSE FEE LICENSES LICENSING LITERACY MANUFACTURING MARKET ACCESS MARKET COMPETITION MARKET SEGMENT MARKET SEGMENTS MARKET SHARE MARKET SHARES MESSAGING MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MOBILE NETWORK MOBILE NETWORKS MOBILE PHONE MOBILE PHONES MOBILE SERVICE MOBILE SERVICES MOBILE TELEPHONE MULTIPLE ACCESS NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORKING NEW MARKET NEWSLETTER NEXT GENERATION OUTSOURCING PCS PDF POSTAL SERVICES PRIVATE SECTOR QUALITY OF SERVICE RADIO RADIO SPECTRUM REGISTRY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RESULT RESULTS ROUTING SATELLITE SERVER SERVERS SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTION SUBMARINE CABLES SYSTEMS INTEGRATION TARGETS TAXATION TECHNOLOGY SECTOR TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATION TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE PROVIDERS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIBERALIZATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLICY TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECTOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TELEDENSITY TELEPHONE TELEPHONE LINES TELEPHONE NETWORK TELEPHONE NETWORKS TELEPHONE SERVICE TELEPHONY TELEVISION TEXT TIME ZONE TRADE SERVICES TRADE STATISTICS TRANSMISSION UCC UNDERSEA CABLES UNIVERSAL SERVICE USE OF INFORMATION USER USERS USES VALUE CHAIN VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL VOIP VSAT WEB WEB SITE WEBSITE WIRELESS WIRELESS ACCESS WIRELESS INTERNET WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES WORLD TRADE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa | Kenya | Tanzania | Uganda
2014-07-23T20:18:23Z | 2014-07-23T20:18:23Z | 2007-11-01

This following report is divided into four chapters, with chapter one containing the introduction. Chapter two reviews the state of ICT-competitiveness in the case study countries, by looking at infrastructure, the legal and regulatory situation, the business environment, and human resources. Chapter three examines the benefits of ICT for the overall economy as well as for facilitating traditional trade and participating in emerging ICT-enabled services trade. It analyzes the case study countries' potential for becoming players in ICT-enabled services. Finally, chapter four identifies the case study countries existing WTO ICT-related commitments, pointing out what changes are necessary to make deeper commitments and hence strengthen credibility as reliable trading partners.

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