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This insight delivers an analysis of the strategies that are shaping the changes at work in the telecom industry worldwide. Drawing on a selection of recent major mergers and acquisitions, IDATE offers an inventory of the various motives behind them – starting with horizontal consolidation and vertical integration – and shares its insights on the deals we expect to see in the coming months and years.
World, Europe, North America, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Russia, United Kingdom, United States
4G, acquisitions, antitrust authorities, blocked transactions, cable, competition, consolidation, content services, diversification, downturn in revenues, explosion of Internet use, external growth, horizontal consolidation, IT services, market fluctuations, mergers, mobile, national consolidation, national legislation, price pressure, protectionism, quadruple play, shareholder opposition, telecom operators, telecom sector, telecommunications expansion, telecommunications industry, telecommunications regulator, worked out transactions, AirTouch, Alltel, América Movil, Ameritech, AT&T, AT&T Wireless, Bell Atlantic, BellSouth, Bharti Airtel, China Netcom, China Unicom, Cingular, Clearwire, Comstar United Telesystems, Cyfrowy Polsat, Deutsche Telekom, Embratel Brazil, Essar, France Telecom, Golden Telecom, GTE, Hutchison 3G Austria, Kabel Baden Würtemberg, Liberty Global, Mannesmann, MCI, MCIWorldCom, MetroPCS, Mobile Telesystems, National Telecom Group, Net Servicios, Nextel, Orange, Orange Austria, Polkomtel, Portugal Telecom, Qwest, Rostelecom, SBC, SFR, Sibir Telecom OJSC, Softbank, Sonera, Sprint, SprintNextel, SprintPCS, Telefonica, Telemar Norte Leste, Telia, Telmex Internacional, T-Mobile, T-Mobile USA, UnityMedia, Uralsvyazinform, US West, Verizon Communications, Vimpelcom, Virgin Media, Vivendi, Vodafone, VoiceStream, Volga Telecom, Wind Telecom, Worldcom, Zain Africa
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