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1 OECD The Internet in South East Asia Sam Paltridge, OECD Organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), hosted by the Post and Telegraph Department of Thailand (PTD) and supported by the Communications Authority of Thailand (CAT), the National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) and the Telephone Organization of Thailand (TOT). Bangkok, Thailand, from 21 to 23 November 2001

2 OECD OECD - 30 Member countries l In OECD countries permit domestic infrastructure competition (26 for all markets) l By 2002 this will increase to 29 countries. l However: »in some countries only one infrastructure is widely available. »in some countries the same company owns the only alternative infrastructure (e.g. cable networks). »it takes time to roll out competitive local infrastructure

3 OECD Nearly all international routes between OECD countries will be open to competition by 2002

4 OECD Prices for backbone capacity are falling with liberalisation

5 OECD E-commerce and the Dot-Com bubble

6 OECD Access to the Internet is still growing and traffic at between 2x and 4x

7 OECD Broadband Growth

8 OECD Indicators used to compare performance of policy and regulatory frameworks

9 OECD Policy Indicators: Unbundling and DSL Launch - a case of regulators spurring commercial developments?

10 OECD Internet Hosts (Selected Countries)

11 OECD Secure Servers (Selected Countries) (source: Netcraft, OECD)

12 OECD Internet Subscribers

13 OECD Online Time per Month

14 OECD Internet Intensity Drives E- commerce

15 OECD Broadband Penetration

16 OECD DSL Coverage

17 OECD Broadband Pricing Comparisons

18 OECD High growth countries tend to have an DSL offer below US$40 per month

19 OECD Internet Access (30 Hours per Month)

20 OECD Competition among ISPs drives down prices

21 OECD Leased Line Connections

22 OECD Unmetered dial-up rates have stimulated e-commerce in UK. Broadband is next step.

23 OECD Growth of Secure Servers

24 OECD More Information »


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