Competencia, interconexión y redes dominantes
This paper addresses the recent Mexico experience in the opening to competition in networks infrastructure mainly in the telecornmunications sector. In spite of deregulation and privatization policies in the recent past, there are threats coming from regulatory failures which create obstacles in the process of maximizing the competition scope. The path from State-operation to “managed competition” leads to a deficient competition environment due to the excessive authority oversight, which makes costly future, more ambitious, deregulation efforts. The paper focuses on interconnection policy between the public telephone network operator and the new long distance carriers, and explores related provisions in natural gas and railroads. Also, it focuses on spectrum policy allocation and the role of the new antitrust authority and the specialized regulatory agencies.
Volume (Year): V (1996)
Issue (Month): 2 (July-December)
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