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 Confronting the Crisis 4.2 Wireless Communication Technologies over Q1 2008 (and a 20% decline from Q4 2008), with this trend likely to continue throughout 2009.66 Some niche markets have been relatively unaffected – Gartner Research estimates that in Q1 2009, while worldwide mobile phone sales reported an 8.6% de-cline Overall, mobile telephony remains a high-growth ICT sector, with healthy returns on investment, steady growth metrics and short planning hori-zons year-on-year from Q1 2008, smartphone sales to recoup investments. (...) By comparison, growth in Europe was negli-gible, Growth in developing markets is expected to slow, but not decline. ABI Research estimates that Asia- Pacifi c posted only an 8% year-on-year decline in handset shipments, while the Latin American market experienced a 28% decline, the largest decline of any region largely due to currency devaluations driving up the prices of imported mobile phones. Growth in the largest developing markets is expected to contin-ue at not much over 1 million in the fi rst quarter, while Eastern Europe showed some severe reductions in subscriber base in Q1 2009. with hardly any observable effect from the crisis.
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Microsoft Word - 9-Certified Layout Final.doc UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2003-2004 ___________________________________________________________ 1 Chapter 9 Public procurement policies boost demand: Certified forest products markets, 2003-20041 Highlights • Worldwide, the area of certified forest continued to rise over the last year, reaching 176 million hectares by mid 2004, an increase of 17%. • Half the world’s certified forest area is in North America, with another 40% in western Europe; Canada, the United States and Finland have the largest area of certified forest. • Growth in the area of forestland certified by the major schemes slowed in 2003, with the notable exception of the Canadian Standards Association scheme, which doubled its area. • Public procurement policies continue to be a driving force for certification and an important source of demand for certified forest products (CFPs). • Demand for CFPs by private end-consumers remains minor, which is a major obstacle to market growth; however, general consumer sentiment about deforestation and forest degradation keeps the sector under pressure to act. • Illegal logging dominates governmental political discussions related to forest products in 2003 and 2004; however, voluntary certification systems cannot guarantee legality. • Chain-of-custody (CoC) certificates increased by about 50%, reaching almost 4,500 certificates worldwide, driven mainly by a doubling of the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes (PEFC) certificates, which now constitute 30% of total certificates. • Germany and France are leading in CoC certificates within the UNECE region, while Japan and Brazil have more certificates outside the UNECE region. • Policies have been developed by which forest certification could potentially play a role as a verification mechanism for small-scale afforestation and reforestation projects under the clean development mechanism in the first commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol. • Mutual recognition between the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the PEFC is not expected; however, the other major schemes have established mutual recognition agreements between themselves and the PEFC. 1 By Mr. (...) This chapter focuses on the market aspects. At its annual market discussions, the Timber Committee addresses issues related to CFPs. (...) Their up-to-date and informative analysis of the markets for CFPs provide valuable insight into this market segment.
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Microsoft PowerPoint - gray_e.ppt International Telecommunication Union ICT Market TrendsICT Market Trends Vanessa Gray Market Information and Statistics Division Telecommunication Development Bureau International Telecommunication Union Symposium on Telecommunications to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Fourth Protocol to the GATS 20-21 February 2008, Geneva, Switzerland International Telecommunication Union Market characteristics post BTA On the business/public sector side Competition and privatization New market opportunities Higher levels of investments and revenues New business models and technological innovations On the consumer side Lower prices for businesses and consumers More consumer choices through new products, services and applications Higher ICT levels and new ICTs Open trade in telecommunication services has contributed to: International Telecommunication Union Global total telephone subscribers, billion 0 1 2 3 4 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 10 years before and after the BTA It took over a century to reach 1 billion telephone subscribers 4 years for the second billion (A little over) 3 years for the third billion 97 2 years for the fourth billion Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database February 2008 Competition and growth in the mobile sector Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database Source: ITU World Telecommunication Regulatory Database 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Fixed lines Mobile subscribers Mobile subscriber and fixed lines per 100 population, World Mobile penetration: annual growth rate 1997-2007 CAGR: 29% Growth of competition in mobile, 1995-2006 61% 66% 67% 70% 71% 76% 78% 25% 47% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 95 97 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 Competition Monopoly February 2008 Secrets of success Affordability Although rebalancing initially increased local call prices, international calls and mobile and Internet tariffs have decreased substantially over the last decade Accessibility In 2006, global mobile population coverage was 79% Innovation in applications, services & devices Prepaid (flexibility & control, low-income groups) SMS (affordable, easy to use) Ultra-low-cost handsets Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database Prepaid subscribers as a % of mobile cellular subscribers, 2006 0 20 40 60 80 100 Africa Europe World Americas Oceania Asia February 2008 Mobile sector…still room for growth? Majority of new subscribers during 2007 come from BRIC economies Brazil: 15 million Russia: 20 million India: 45 million (18%) China: 80 million (40%) From 2G to 3G and + Despite 3G auction rollercoaster and delays in rollout, more and more countries today are licensing commercial 3G networks 3G subscriber numbers on the rise Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database Worldwide mobile subscribers 0 1 2 3 2000 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 Billion August 2007: the number of worldwide mobile subscribers surpassed 3 billion! 48% 12% 16% 19% 23% 28% 34% 41% Mobile penetration rates At current growth rates, global mobile penetration is expected to reach 50% by early 2008 (Now!) February 2008 IMT worldwide, 2007 Source: ITU World Telecommunication Regulatory Database
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FAO and Slow Food will work together to facilitate market access for smallholders through strengthened producers' organizations and cooperatives. (...) It has over 100 000 members worldwide and is active in 150 countries. Thanks to its projects and initiatives Slow Food involves millions of people worldwide. Varieties of potato for sale at the local market, Cusco, Peru. Share this page Related Links Director General's Home Page Slow Food Biodiversity at FAO Sustainable Crop Production Intensification Crop Wild Relatives FAO Director-General, José Graziano da Silva, and Carlo Petrini, President and founder of the Slow Food Movement at the São José Slow Food Market, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Global Commodity Markets | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español house About Us Media Kit Staff Directory Areas of Work Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodities Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Newsletters Resources About FAO About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and Policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News Stories Countries good practices Video Photos Audio Webcast Media contacts Main topics Main topics content Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest Print Send Markets and Trade house About Us Areas of Work Commodities Publications Newsletters Resources Global commodity markets FAO keeps a constant watch on world markets of main agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. (...) Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodity Market Analysis and Short-term outlook The team collects, analyses and disseminates information on markets of basic foodstuffs, as well as tropical products, beverages and raw materials. (...) Subscribe to our Newsletters Related links World Food Situation FAO Food Price Index Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) - FAO Agricultural Outlook Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) Commodity Policy Developments Contact [email protected] share mail live_help x FOLLOW US ON FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide Offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our App © FAO 2022
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History | GLOBEFISH - Information and Analysis on World Fish Trade | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org 中文 english français Español GLOBEFISH - Information and Analysis on World Fish Trade About GLOBEFISH Market Reports Trade Information Countries Publications News & Events Prices Meet the Expert Who we are What we do History Meet the team FISHINFONetwork Publication Contributors Visiting Experts Internship programme History In 1984, GLOBEFISH was established by the FAO World Fisheries Conference and began providing services to gather, assess, and disseminate up-to-date fish marketing and trade information worldwide. (...) GLOBEFISH Timeline The timeline highlights key moments that have contributed to the success of GLOBEFISH and its consistent service over the years. 2015 GLOBEFISH looks forward to continuing its collective and un-biased approach towards reporting fish trade and market news worldwide. 2014 GLOBEFISH celebrates 30 years as an expert on international fish trade and markets. (...) GLOBEFISH co-organizes the first International Cephalopods Trade Conference, the initial event of a long conference series on seafood commodities including shrimp, small pelagics, hake and tilapia. 1986 In its first session, the FAO Sub-Committee on Fish Trade recognizes the work of four existing FIN offices (INFOPESCA created in 1977, INFOFISH in 1981, INFOPECHE and GLOBEFISH in 1984), marking it as the start of a worldwide network for fish marketing development support.
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History | GLOBEFISH - Информация и анализ мировой торговли рыбой | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org 中文 english français Русский Español GLOBEFISH - Информация и анализ мировой торговли рыбой About GLOBEFISH Market Reports Trade Information Countries Publications News & Events Prices Meet the Expert Who we are What we do History Meet the team FISHINFONetwork Publication Contributors Visiting Experts Internship programme History In 1984, GLOBEFISH was established by the FAO World Fisheries Conference and began providing services to gather, assess, and disseminate up-to-date fish marketing and trade information worldwide. (...) GLOBEFISH Timeline The timeline highlights key moments that have contributed to the success of GLOBEFISH and its consistent service over the years. 2015 GLOBEFISH looks forward to continuing its collective and un-biased approach towards reporting fish trade and market news worldwide. 2014 GLOBEFISH celebrates 30 years as an expert on international fish trade and markets. (...) GLOBEFISH co-organizes the first International Cephalopods Trade Conference, the initial event of a long conference series on seafood commodities including shrimp, small pelagics, hake and tilapia. 1986 In its first session, the FAO Sub-Committee on Fish Trade recognizes the work of four existing FIN offices (INFOPESCA created in 1977, INFOFISH in 1981, INFOPECHE and GLOBEFISH in 1984), marking it as the start of a worldwide network for fish marketing development support.
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The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2015-16 | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español About FAO Regular programme country contributions About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Body documents Office of Strategy, Programme and Budget (OSP) Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News releases Stories Archive Countries good practices Video Photo Audio Webcast Contacts Main topics Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest About FAO About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and Policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News Stories Countries good practices Video Photos Audio Webcast Media contacts Main topics Main topics content Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest Print Send The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2015–16 Trade and food security: achieving a better balance between national priorities and the collective good This edition of The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets aims to reduce the current polarization of views on the impacts of agricultural trade on food security and on the manner in which agricultural trade should be governed to ensure that increased trade openness is beneficial to all countries. (...) Nutrition in the trade and food security nexus Policy space to pursue food security in the WTO Agreement on Agriculture Competition and food security Value chains, agricultural markets and food security Links Economic and Social Development Department Trade Trade and markets division Committee on Commodity Problems World Trade Organization (WTO) Past editions 2009 : The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2006 : The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2004 : The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets About the series The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets , published biennially, presents commodity market issues in an objective and accessible way to policy-makers, commodity market observers and stakeholders interested in agricultural commodity market developments and their impacts on countries at different levels of economic development. For more information, contact Jamie Morrison ,Trade and Markets Division share mail live_help x FOLLOW US ON FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide Offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our App © FAO 2022
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Guyana | UNIDO Skip to main content quick access For Member States Employment Procurement For researchers Publications Statistical databases Research services Director General Quick Access Main navigation Who we are Who we are UNIDO in brief 2030 Agenda and the SDGs Programme for Country Partnership Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit UNIDO Worldwide Our focus Our focus Creating shared prosperity Advancing economic competitiveness Safeguarding the environment Strengthening Knowledge and Institutions Cross-cutting services Building a better future Stories News Centre News Centre News articles Events Multimedia Resources Resources Policymaking Organs Evaluation and Internal Oversight Procurement Statistics Publications Employment Home Who we are UNIDO Worldwide Latin America and the Car... (...) Useful info. by country Guyana Sidebar - Worldwide Africa Arab States Asia and the Pacific Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Selected projects Industrial Knowledge Bank Strengthening international SMEs alliances (Russia 2016) Strengthening international alliances (Ecuador 2015) Useful info. by country Antigua y Barbuda Argentina Belarus Belice Bolivia Brazil CAN Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Grenada Guatemala Guyana Honduras Jamaica Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Mexico Nicaragua Paraguay Russia SIECA St Lucia Suriname Trinidad y Tobago UNIDO Uruguay Venezuela Outcomes LAC Essay Competition Offices North America Guyana Presentation by Uchenna Gibson, Senior Export Promotion Officer Download presentation See presenter's profile See presentation abstract Related Links Guyana Office for Investment Guyana Marketing Corporation Forest Products Development & Marketing Council Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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.): $180 - 200 million • Annual run-rate > 2.5 billion minutes • Average daily minutes: 7.6 million * Atlantic-ACM 2002 Carrier Report Card 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Minutes In Millions Revenue In Millions iBasis Named #1 International Wholesale Carrier Overall Score: 7.06.05.5 5.75 6.25 6.755.25 6.50 Atlantic-ACM 2002 International Wholesale Carrier Report Card One of the Top International Carriers 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 KDDI TelMex Singapore Telecom Teleglobe PTT Telecom (KPN) PCCW HK Telecom Bell Canada Telefonica China Telecom Swisscom iBasis Telecom Italia Cable & Wireless Sprint France Telecom Deutsche Telecom British Telecom ATT Worldcom millions of minutes Source: Telegeography 2002 *iBasis based First Half ‘02 traffic volume International Telecom: Large and Growing 132.761.633.5 Minutes of Int’l Traffic (billions of min.) 31%5%<1%Market Share of New Carriers 50%72%86% Top 20 Carriers’ Share of Traffic 49186 Countries Permitting Competition $70$55$37 Revenues from Int’l Traffic (billions of US$) 200019951990Indicator Source: Telegeography 2002 Explosion in Worldwide VoIP $0 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Worldwide Wholesale VoIP Revenues (Billions $US) 0 20 40 60 80 100 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Worldwide Wholesale VoIP Minutes of Use (In Billions) iBasis has 13% share of Int’l VoIP Traffic IDC, IP Telephony Market Forecast 2002 iBasis Services • International Wholesale Voice Services Origination and termination of voice and fax traffic • IBOxpress Enables Carriers to Originate and terminate international traffic and prepaid traffic over the iBasis Network w/o capital expense • IP CallCard A full turnkey prepaid & postpaid platform leveraging the iBasis IP infrastructure • ConnectPoint Global Access services Local access numbers that terminate to service providers’ platform, conference bridges, prepaid server or IVR in any location and country Breadth & Depth of International Coverage Meet carriers needs • Comprehensive outsourced worldwide coverage • Full country coverage with overflow capacity & redundancy • Termination in select destinations using iBasis direct routes Match carriers’ requirements • Competitive prices • Completion rate • High quality The iBasis Network™ Largest International Cisco Powered Network for Voice on the Internet Internet Central Offices Internet Branch Offices Over 700 Points of Presence in 90 Countries Network Operations Center (Hong Kong) Network Operations Center (Burlington) Challenges facing South East European carriers • Diverse regulatory frameworks and markets • Low teledensities and underdeveloped infrastructure • Lower level of foreign investment • Rapid progress towards modernization & liberalization • Growing demand for services International VoIP: Strong and Growing • Improves service margins • Efficiently expands global reach • Provides competitive advantage • Quality indistinguishable from PSTN • Penetration on many routes exceeds 20% • 6% of global traffic – double the level in 2000 International VoIP Forecast, 2000-2006 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000 20 00 20 01 20 02 20 03 20 04 20 05 20 06 m ill io n M O U 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% p e n e tr a ti o n Million MOU Penetration Source: TeleGeography 2002, Probe Research 2001 Global Circuit-switched Deployments Shrinking • VoIP equipment deployments growing • Circuit-switched equipment deployments declining • VoIP being adopted by leading carriers –Cable & Wireless –BT –SBC –China Unicom –Sprint Global Equipment Sales, 2000-2006 Circuit Switched vs IP $0 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 20 00 20 01 20 02 20 03 20 04 20 05 20 06 $ U S b il li o n $0 $1 $1 $2 $2 $3 $3 $ U S b il li o n Circuit Switched Equip IP Toll Gateways Source: Wintergreen Research 2001, IDC 2001 VoIP: A Worldwide Phenomenon Worldwide VoIP Growth 57% (total traffic growth 15%) VoIP Growth Rates by Region 2000 - 2006 A v e ra g e A n n u a l G ro w th o f V o IP M in u te s % 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 N America Latin Amer Af & M EastW Eur E & S Eur Asia Pac Origination Termination Source: Probe Research 2001, TeleGeography 2002 Same Trend Underway in South East Europe • Regions • Regulations • Infrastructure capacities • Economic development • Culture and history Varying markets Same VoIP Benefits • Lower costs • Improved service • Increased access & connectivity • Advanced technology transfer • Economic development South East Europe Seeing Growth in VoIP Termination International Inbound VoIP Traffic 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2000 2002 2004 2006 m in u te s ( m il li o n Croatia Greece Turkey Bulgaria Romania Source: Probe Research 2001 VoIP Origination Also Growing International Outbound VoIP Traffic 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 2000 2002 2004 2006 m in u te s ( m il li o n Croatia Greece Turkey Bulgaria Romania Source: Probe Research 2001 VoIP Penetration in South East Europe 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% 35.0% 40.0% 45.0% 50.0% 2001 2006 Inbound Outbound • VoIP penetration will increase four-fold in the next five years • iBasis traffic in the region grew 217% from Q3 00 to Q3 01 International: Not Core for Most Major Carriers % Revenue from International Traffic 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% AT & T Be lg ac om De ut sc he T el ec om Fr an ce T el ec om Sp rin t Sw is sc om Te le co m I ta lia Te le fo ni ca Te lm ex Te ls tr a W or ld Co m O TE Si ng ap or e Te le co m Source: TeleGeography 2002 Major Carriers Adopting VoIP ARGENTINAARGENTINA OTEnet Case Study • Interconnection with The iBasis Network for global Internet Telephony since 2001 OTE, the national carrier of Greece was privatized • Accelerate creation of a new, fast-growing international service, offered by the OTE ISP subsidiary, OTEnet • Over past 8 months, The network has supported a nearly ten-fold growth in OTEnet’s international traffic. • OTEnet routes international voice traffic over The iBasis Network through an iBasis Internet Branch Office (IBO) facility, enabling an efficient, low cost, high quality IP-to-IP interconnection The Move to VoIP in The Region • Predicted to post four-fold growth in VoIP traffic by 2006 (Probe Research 2001). • iBasis provides international service in Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, and Slovenia • More than 45 European carriers are connected to iBasis for international service • Traffic growth in Southeastern Europe: + 173% from 2000 to 2001 VoIP is Poised for Growth • Governments see VoIP as “Leapfrog” technology, growth driver – China – Latin America – Africa – Central & Eastern Europe • Opportunities to capture new revenues – International service expansion – Value-added services • Carriers outsourcing international service to VoIP providers to focus on “core” domestic businesses – Fixed-line – Wireless, etc. (...) • Reduces capital expenditure, operational & transport costs • Helps manage settlements • Provides instant global footprint • Offers access to new markets • Enables new services • Delivers PSTN reliability & quality Thank You VoIP Benefits and Obstacles iBasis Overview iBasis Named #1 International Wholesale Carrier One of the Top International Carriers International Telecom: Large and Growing Explosion in Worldwide VoIP iBasis Services Breadth & Depth of International Coverage Challenges facingSouth East European carriers International VoIP: Strong and Growing Global Circuit-switched Deployments Shrinking VoIP: A Worldwide Phenomenon Same Trend Underwayin South East Europe South East Europe Seeing Growth in VoIP Termination VoIP Origination Also Growing VoIP Penetration in South East Europe International: Not Core for Most Major Carriers Major Carriers Adopting VoIP OTEnet Case Study The Move to VoIP in The Region VoIP is Poised for Growth VoIP: Threat or Opportunity?
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