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India wants its telecom sector to be entirely self-reliant by 2022, buying all of its products at home.
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Mountainous debts, a surplus of spectrum and the weak business case for 5G could all compel India's telcos to skip a forthcoming auction.
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Indian regulators have approved the country's biggest telecom merger, but the new operator will have to combine two very different businesses while competition remains fierce.
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By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 8/6/2018
India's version of Europe's GDPR legislation is badly flawed but still represents a step in the right direction.
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Finnish equipment vendor says India's optical networking market is booming thanks to soaring usage of mobile broadband services.
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Incoming CEO Nick Read is aiming for heftier cost cuts this year than last as Vodafone looks to hit profitability targets in slow-growing markets.
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After 10 years of private ownership, Israeli media reports suggest optical transport specialist ECI Telecom is planning to list its stock again in a move that would value the company at about $650 million.
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