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[December 19, 2012]

Research and Markets: Telecommunications Market in CIS Countries 2012 - Compare telecommunications conditions across the CIS region

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xx4hrx/telecommunications) has announced the addition of the "Telecommunications Market in CIS Countries 2012" report to their offering.

Compare telecommunications conditions across the CIS region.

Survey market performance, value and forecasts to 2015.

The CIS region includes a number of countries with widely varying conditions surrounding the telecommunications industry. Regulatory environments, stages of infrastructure development supporting telecommunications growth, economic and demographic conditions and levels of product and service penetration are just a few of the factors that distinguish the markets of these geographically connected countries and influence the opportunities available in each.

PMR has released Telecommunications market in CIS countries 2012

Development forecasts for 2012-2015 as a comparative resource that presents the latest market data, news, analysis and forecasts for Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine along with a comprehensive data sheet presenting maket conditions in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. This publication provides background and a breakdown of activity in the fixed line and mobile telephony and Internet and broadband services segments.

This report contains five chapters that function separately or in combination to inform business professionals with interests in CIS telecommunications with the knowledge they need for effective analysis, planning and decision-making. The first chapter focuses on mobile and fixed line telephony market conditions in all ten countries, providing the latest data and expert analysis on penetration of services, new technologies and leading providers.

The second, third and fourth chapters engage in in-depth coverage of the CIS region's largest telecoms markets: Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine, with a separate chapter devoted to the telecoms market in each country. The text explores key topics such as: market values and growth for the period 2005-2010, analysis of product and service trends, tenders of frequency to the region's largest providers, newsworthy merger and acquisition ventures and developments in each country's legal and regulatory scenarios from 2007 to H1 2012. Each chapter also offers detailed forecasts for each market to 2015 as well as profiles of the leading telecommunications services providers in each country, including their fiscal condition and level of investment in the market.

Key Topics Covered:

Methodology of the report

Executive summary

Economic and demographic situation in CIS countries and Georgia

The telecommunications markets in CIS countries and Georgia

The telecommunications market in Belarus

The telecommunications market in Kazakhstan

The telecommunications market in Ukraine

Statistical annex

- Armenia - data sheet

- Azerbaijan - data sheet

- Belarus - data sheet

- Georgia - data sheet

- Kazakhstan - data sheet

- Kyrgyzstan - data sheet

- Moldova - data sheet

- Tajikistan - data sheet

- Turkmenistan - data sheet

- Ukraine - data sheet

- Uzbekistan - data sheet

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xx4hrx/telecommunications


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