Cambodia Government Wants to Nationalize Mobile Infrastructure

A new Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications draft law in Cambodia proposes to nationalize telecom infrastructure such as cabling networks and towers. 

If the draft law is approved, telecom companies will have to rely on government-controlled infrastructure providers, after first divesting their networks.

The law also apparently would require all operating companies to return their operating licenses as well. 

You can imagine what such a law, if approved by the National Assembly, is likely to do to the telecom business in Cambodia. 

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