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the website of EMERG

EMERG is a co-operation between telecommunications regulators of the Mediterranean area.

Visitors can find basic information about EMERG and its members. Members have access to more detailed information and can use it to exchange ideas and best practises.

 

Extraordinary EMERG Plenary Meeting, 2 July 2015

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Next 2nd July, it will take place the extraordinary EMERG Plenary Meeting, in Barcelona. The meeting will be from 17:15 to 18:30 and the agenda includes the discussion and approval of the modifications to the Charter and to the Internal Rules of Procedures (RoP), introduced in the Plenary of March, and also the provision of update of the progress of the EMERG activities.

This Plenary was decided after a consultation among the CN  EMERG members, that explored the opportunity to have this short Extraordinary Plenary meeting, after the Summit with BEREC, that will also take place in Barcelona.

 

EMERG PUBLISHES A NEW ANNUAL REPORT ON MARKET TRENDS AND REGULATORY ACTIVITIES 2014

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EMERG PUBLISHES A NEW ANNUAL REPORT ON MARKET TRENDS AND REGULATORY ACTIVITIES 2014

EMERG just published its annual Benchmark Report on the telecommunications market and regulation in the EMERG countries, aims at comparing the regulatory environment and the market outcomes of the sector in 19 countries of the region: Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Palestine, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia and Turkey. The Report was prepared by a Working Group integrated by EMERG experts.

The Benchmark Report collects information about some key performance indicators and trends on f the telecom sector, in particular for the fixed, mobile and broadband markets. Moreover, it also analyses the extent to which countries in the MENA region (Middle Eastern and North African countries), followed the model of regulation developed within the European Union.

Finally, the Benchmark includes a Regulatory Fiches’ section which presents in a structured and easy-to-read approach the regulatory situation of each country about issues such us their institutional layout, NRAs competences and powers, market entrance conditions in electronic communications, regulatory framework for market analysis, management of public resources, universal service, consumer protection and quality of service, international roaming and promotion of broadband.

 

 

Last Updated - Wednesday, 17 June 2015
 
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