Country Industry Forecast- Political and Policy Analysis for the Australian ICT Industry

Country Industry Forecast- Political and Policy Analysis for the Australian ICT Industry

 

RELEASE DATE
28-Sep-2007
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: 4H44-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT03104-NA-MR_15739

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The research service analyzes the Australian ICT industry in the present context keeping in view its developments in the past that are influenced largely by extensive consolidation and the changing political agenda of the Australian government. The 'Strategic Framework of Information Economy' 1998 and 2004 has enabled Australia to provide sophisticated ICT infrastructure. Further tax incentives exist and training programs develop requisite skill set. Telecommunications industry is fully liberalized. Further with the aim of becoming the offshore hub, the government has attractive foreign investment policy; efforts are in the direction of expansion of ICT infrastructure, ICT services, penetration rates, competitiveness and R&D.

Table of Contents

Political Trends and International Relations

  • Overview
  • Political Structure and Future Political Scenario
  • International Relations

Macro Economic Policies

  • Fiscal Policy
  • Monetary Policy
  • Investment Policy
  • Trade Policy

ICT policies

  • ICT Vision and Institutions
  • ICT Infrastructure
  • ICT Innovation and Research & Development
  • ICT Education and Training
  • ICT in the Government sector
  • Other ICT Policies

Implications of Political and Policy Trends

  • Impact Analysis
  • Business Growth Opportunities
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The research service analyzes the Australian ICT industry in the present context keeping in view its developments in the past that are influenced largely by extensive consolidation and the changing political agenda of the Australian government. The 'Strategic Framework of Information Economy' 1998 and 2004 has enabled Australia to provide sophisticated ICT infrastructure. Further tax incentives exist and training programs develop requisite skill set. Telecommunications industry is fully liberalized. Further with the aim of becoming the offshore hub, the government has attractive foreign investment policy; efforts are in the direction of expansion of ICT infrastructure, ICT services, penetration rates, competitiveness and R&D.
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Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 4H44-01-00-00-00
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