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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

IFT public consultation on 2020-2024 roadmap

The document sets actions in the short and medium term in the face of the dynamic development of the digital ecosystem. It is made up of 5 strategic objectives, 14 institutional strategies and 54 regulatory action lines(Spanish: líneas de acción regulatoria, LAR). Among the main points of the roadmap, some 21 lines of regulatory action (39% of the total) point to the digital ecosystem. Interested parties may submit observations until September 21.

The first objective is to promote the development, deployment and efficient use of networks and infrastructure; the second, to promote economic competition and free competition in the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors in the context of the digital ecosystem; the third, promote the development of the digital ecosystem and the adoption of new technologies and digital use cases; the fourth, to ensure the quality, diversity and plurality of services and to strengthen the rights of users and audiences; and finally, strengthen institutional innovation.

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Argentina · Regulation · Economy

18/09/2020

Knowledge Economy Law remains on hold in the Senate

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Argentina · Terrestrial Backbones · Satellites · Politics · Data Center

17/09/2020

Argentine government launches the National Connectivity Program

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Argentina · Terrestrial Backbones · Satellites · Politics · Data Center

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Argentine government launches the National Connectivity Program

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Globales · Mobile · Operators

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Rakuten and Telefónica to cooperate in developing OpenRAN

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Argentine NEA and NOA provinces agree to a strategic alliance to develop the Capricorn Network

The announcement is an important political step to the public-private project by the governors of the provinces through which the network passes. It also occurs at a time of intense activity by the State in relation to connectivity.

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