U.S. Slow In Fostering Telecom Competition: Report
The Communications Association of Choice, or COMPTEL, said in a so-called regulatory scorecard released Thursday that the U.S. had ranked eighth among the 18 countries surveyed, behind the United Kingdom, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Italy and Spain.
Although the U.S. performed well in regard to the general authority provided to the Federal Communications Commission, the scorecard illustrated that the U.S....
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