Corpus ID: 153621171

Telecommunications Policy in the Caribbean: A Case Study of Telecommunications in Jamaica and Cuba

@inproceedings{Yee2013TelecommunicationsPI,
  title={Telecommunications Policy in the Caribbean: A Case Study of Telecommunications in Jamaica and Cuba},
  author={R. Yee},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract : Government influence and direction over a country s telecommunication infrastructure is determined by policies and regulations designed to provide oversight of how a telecom company should conduct business within the country. While these policies and regulations can range from extremely liberal to authoritarian, a nation s ideology will dictate how governments interact with telecommunications providers and, ultimately, the telecommunications company s ability to become a viable… Expand
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