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ITU-D Regional Economic and Financial Forum of Telecommunications/ICTs for Asia and Pacific - Yangon, Myanmar, 1-2 September 2014

The Telecommunication Development Bureau (ITU-D) is organizing the Regional Economic and Financial Forum of Telecommunications/ICTs for Asia and Pacific in in coordination with the Regional Meeting of the Study Group 3 Regional Group for Asia and Oceania (SG3RG-AO) organized by the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (ITU-T).  These events are organised in collaboration with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar at the Taw Win Garden Hotel, Yangon, Myanmar, from 1 to 2 (morning) September 2014.  The ITU-T SG3RG-AO Meeting will be held just after the Forum, from the afternoon of 2 to 3 September 2014.

This year, the Forum will focus, among other interesting subjects, on the evolution of Internet market offers, convergence and service bundling in Asia and Pacific, licensing regimes in a converged digital environment in the region, strategic costing for broadband services,  the impact of Internet development and OTT in the voice service, as well as setting broadband key performance indicators for monitoring the implementation of national broadband plans, all this subjects by emphasizing on the economic and regulatory aspects.  

Forum date and location

  • Date Forum:  1-2 (morning) September 2014
  • Location:    Taw Win Garden Hotel
    Address:     No.45, Pyay Road, Dagon Township, 
                      Yangon, Myanmar
    Tel:            +95-1-8600080
    Website:     www.tawwingardenhotel.com
  • The contact person in MCIT Myanmar:
    Mr. Win Min Aung
    Assistant Director, Posts and Telecommunications Department, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
    Tel:  +95 9 448 0000 98 / Fax: +95 67 407 216
    E-mail : dg.ptd[at]mptmail.net.mm;
                 winminaung01[at]gmail.com

Organizers

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ITU-T SG3RG-AO Meeting information