Entry Obstacles in the Telecommunications Market
In Costa Rica, companies that try to enter the market complain about the requirements imposed by the Telecommunications Superintendent.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
MiPunto publishes in its website: "The companies R&H International Telecom and Intertel Worldwide said that the requirements set by the Supervision of Telecommunications are "excessive,” after the regulating entity asked them for additional information in their proposals this week.
The companies R&H International Telecom, Icann and InterTel Worldwide have requested authorization to enter the telecommunications market.
The first six companies to compete with state-run ICE in the telecommunications market have been authorized in Costa Rica.
Through a document presented to Sutel, ICE withdrew its objections to the entry of competitors in the telecommunications market.
Eight applications for operation have been admitted by the Costa Rican Superintendent of Telecommunications, and eleven others are lining up.
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