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    ITU Organizes ‘Collaborative Cross-Sectoral Regulatory Mechanisms and Competition Analysis in Digital Economy’ Program

    Date published: 6 August 2017

    The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) will organize the Training Program on "Collaborative Cross-Sectoral Regulatory Mechanisms and Competition Analysis in Digital Economy” for the Asia-Pacific Region on August 7-11 in Bangkok, Thailand. This training is organized in cooperation with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) and the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society of Thailand—as part of the Policy and Regulation Program—under the auspices of the ITU Asia-Pacific Center of Excellence (ITU- ASP COE).

    The Program aims to build knowledge and skills of policy makers, regulators, industry and academia on how to leverage ICT in the digital economy, and in particular relating to cross-sectoral regulatory approaches and mechanisms. This is in addition to building skills on the existing market analysis models and challenges experienced in the digital economy using hands on exercises and building skills on cross-sectoral strategy and mechanisms development.

    The training is targeted at managers, engineers and staff from regulators, policy makers, telecom operators and academia, who are interested in competition management in digital economy and related regulatory issues.

    Based in Geneva, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the leading United Nations agency for information and communication technologies with 191 Member States and more than 700 sector members and associates. ITU role is to enable the global growth and sustained development of ICT. In addition, ITU organizes international telecom events like WSIS and Telecom Africa.

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