Country Industry Forecast: The U.S. Telecommunications Industry

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This report highlights the importance of country-specific factors on the telecommunications industry in the United States from 1997 to 2007. Trends for the political climate, business policies, and macroeconomic indicators in the United States are analyzed, and their impact is assessed on the key parameters of the telecommunications industry and its major segments to plot the progression index for the industry from 1997 to 2007

Table of Contents

Country Industry Forecast, Executive SummaryIntroduction and Segment AnalysisIntroduction and ScopeScope and DefinitionsSummary of Major FindingsCountry Trends and ForecastsIndustry Trends and ForecastsCountry Industry Forecast, Overview of the Telecommunications IndustryIndustry Definition and Global OverviewIntroduction and DefinitionGlobal OverviewRegional and Country OverviewsRegional Overview - North AmericaEconomic Importance of the Telecommunications IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Structure and Key ParametersIndustry Structure and ParametersIndustry StructureParametersGrowth Determinants and Economic ImportanceGrowth DeterminantsEconomic Importance on the Industry parametersCountry Industry Forecast, Political Analysis and its Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryThe U.S. Political SystemPolitical SystemGovernment AgendaForeign Policy and International RelationsGlobal IssuesPolitical Analysis and its Implications on the Economy and Telecommunications IndustryImplications for the EconomyImplications for the Telecommunications IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Business Policy Analysis and its Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryBusiness Policy - The United StatesDomestic PolicyExternal Trade PolicyBusiness Policy Analysis and its Implications on the Economy and Telecommunications IndustryImplications for the EconomyImplications for the Telecommunications IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Economic Analysis and its Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Consumption and InvestmentConsumptionInvestmentTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: External and Financial MarketsExports and ImportsCurrent Account Deficit Foreign Exchange Reserve and Exchange RateForeign Direct InvestmentTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Labor MarketEmployment and EarningsFederal Agencies for Labor and Labor LawsTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Prices and GDPPricesThe U.S. Economy and GDPSummary of the Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryTelecommunications Price Index and ConsumptionInvestmentsCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Trends and ForecastsTrends and Forecasts for the Telecommunications Services SegmentMainline SegmentLocal Mainline SegmentLong Distance Mainline SegmentWireless SegmentTrends and Forecasts for the Telecommunications Equipment SegmentDrivers and RestraintsProduction Exports and ImportsTotal Telecommunications Services and Equipment SegmentsTelecommunication Services SegmentTelecommunications Equipment SegmentCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Progression IndexMethodology for the Computation of the Industry Progression IndexIndex MethodologyWeights Assigned to the Industry ParametersProgression Index for the Telecommunications IndustryIndex for the Industry SegmentsIndex for the Total Telecommunications IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Fact SheetsCountry Fact SheetDemography Geography and InfrastructureEconomic IndicatorsRegional and Industry Fact SheetsNorth America: Economic IndicatorsThe United States: Telecommunications IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, List of ReferencesReferences for the US EconomyList of References for the United StatesReferences for the Telecommunications IndustryList of References for the Telecommunications Industry




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