Investment in Internet Requires Incentives for Investment, ITU Official Says



It sometimes is helpful to remember that serious investment in Internet access infrastructure hinges in large part on incentives for providers to do so. Access to spectrum, reasonable but not burdensome regulations, lower taxes and fees are key enablers in many cases.


An overall regulatory approach that recognizes the dependence of investment on regulation also can make a difference.

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