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Socio-Economic Assessment of Broadband Development in Egypt

3G ADSL AGRICULTURE ANTENNA ANTENNAE APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY ASYMMETRIC DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE ATM AUTOMATION BACK OFFICE BACK-OFFICE BACKBONE BANDWIDTH BASIC BENCHMARK BENCHMARKS BOOK VALUE BROADBAND BROADBAND ACCESS BROADBAND CONNECTIONS BROADBAND CONNECTIVITY BROADBAND INVESTMENTS BROADBAND NETWORK BROADBAND NETWORKS BROADBAND SERVICE BROADBAND SERVICES BUSINESS CASES BUSINESS DECISION BUSINESS FUNCTIONS BUSINESS OPERATIONS BUSINESS PROCESS BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING BUSINESSES CAP CAPABILITY CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CASH FLOW CDMA CIRCUIT CODE DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS CODES COLLABORATION COLLABORATION PLATFORMS COMMUNICATION SECTOR COMMUNICATION SERVICES COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNITIES COMPUTERS COMPUTING CONNECTIVITY CPE CUSTOMER PREMISES EQUIPMENT CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA COMMUNICATIONS DATA MANAGEMENT DATA RATE DATA RATES DATA SERVICES DEBT DECISION MAKING DECISION MAKING PROCESS DECISION-MAKING DEVELOPMENT AGENCY DEVELOPMENT OF BROADBAND DIGITAL DIGITAL NETWORK DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINES DSL ECOMMERCE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT ECONOMIC SECTORS ECONOMIES OF SCALE ELECTRICITY ELECTRONIC COMMERCE ELECTRONIC TRANSACTION END USER END-USER ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT EXPECTED RETURN EXPORTS FINANCIAL SECTOR FORECASTS FRAMEWORK FOR E-COMMERCE FREQUENCY BAND FUNCTIONALITY GDP GDP PER CAPITA GEOGRAPHIC REGION GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HIGH-SPEED HIGH-SPEED ACCESS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES ICT IMAGING INCOME INCOME LEVELS INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY INNOVATION INPUT DATA INSTALLATION INSTALLATIONS INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK INTERFACE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER INTERNET SERVICES INTEROPERABILITY INTRINSIC VALUE IP ISDN ISP ISPS ITU LAN LEARNING LICENSE LICENSE FEES LICENSES LITERACY LOCAL AREA NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MANUFACTURING MARKET SEGMENT MARKET SEGMENTS MARKETING MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS MICROWAVE SYSTEMS MOBILE DEVICES MOBILE SERVICE MOBILE SERVICES MOBILE TELEPHONY MODEMS MODULATION MULTIPLE ACCESS MULTIPLIERS NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK TECHNOLOGY NETWORKING ONLINE SERVICES OPEN ACCESS OPTICAL FIBERS OPTIMIZATION OUTSOURCING OVERHEAD COSTS PACE OF INNOVATION PENETRATION OF BROADBAND PERFORMANCE INDICATOR PHONE PRICE LEVELS PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMS PROTOCOL PROTOCOLS PUBLISHING RADIO REAL TIME RESULT RESULTS RETAIL TRADE SEARCH SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS SERVICE PROVIDERS SITES SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS SPREADSHEET STM SUBSCRIBER LINES SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SUPPLY CHAINS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGY COMPONENTS TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY STANDARD TELECOM TELECOM SECTOR TELECOMMUNICATION TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECTOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TELECOMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY TELEMEDICINE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE COMPANIES TELEPHONE LINES TELEPHONE PENETRATION TELEPHONY TELEPHONY SERVICES TELEVISION TERMINALS TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY TRANSACTION SYSTEMS TRANSMISSION TRANSMISSION LINES TROUGH UNIVERSAL SERVICE USER USER GROUPS USERS USES VALUATION VALUE CHAINS VIDEO VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL VOIP VSAT WAN WIDE AREA NETWORK WIRELESS WIRELESS ACCESS WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY WORLD TRADE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION WORLDWIDE WEB WTO
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt, Arab Republic of
2013-03-13T14:13:54Z | 2013-03-13T14:13:54Z | 2010-08

The Government of Egypt has recognized broadband as being of strategic importance to the country┬┤s economic and social development and it is developing a new strategy to develop access and use of broadband networks and services. As a specific target of this strategy, the government seeks to increase broadband penetration to 20 connections per 100 inhabitants by 2013. This report is the result of the second part of the existing reimbursable technical assistance on communications by which the World Bank has been providing assistance to the government of Egypt in the development of this broadband strategy. The objective of this particular assignment is to support the policy making process to develop broadband services and infrastructure throughout Egypt and achieve substantial economic impact in the economy including specific intermediary sectors. This assignment builds of the outcomes of the previously delivered study (strategic options for broadband development, 2010) and it uses both qualitative and quantitative approaches to provide specific advisory outputs.

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