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Table of Contents

India Internet Service Markets, Executive SummaryIntroduction to the Indian Internet Services MarketIntroduction to the Indian Internet Services MarketSummary of Major FindingsMarket Growth - Opportunities and Total ForecastAnalysis by Major SegmentCompetitive AnalysisConclusionsIndia Internet Service Markets, Strategic Market Analysis: IndiaIntroductionIntroductionCountry ProfileCountry ProfileGuidelines to Investing in IndiaGuidelines to Investing in IndiaEstablishing a Joint VentureAcquiring an Indian CompanySetting Up a Wholly Owned SubsidiaryKey Features for Investment in IndiaEstablishing a Distribution NetworkEstablishing a Distribution NetworkConsumer ProductsIndustrial Products Summary of Emerging SectorsSummary of Emerging SectorsEnergyInfrastructureInformation TechnologyFinancial ServicesHealthcare TechnologyAerospaceEnvironmental TechnologyFood Processing and PackagingConsumer GoodsMarket Access and CompetitionMarket Access and CompetitionKey Reasons to Invest in IndiaKey Reasons to Invest in IndiaLarge Economy with Tremendous Business OpportunitiesIncreased Economic LiberalizationBurgeoning Educated Middle Class That Is Willing to SpendDeveloped In-Place Capital Market and Financial MarketsExtensive Legal InfrastructureProtection of Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright Abundance of Locally Trained Intellectual CapitalAllows for Convertibility of Capital Account on Trade AccountTreaties Allow for Selective Dividend Repatriation and Avoidance of Double TaxationReduced Levies and Taxation for Setting Up Businesses in 100 Percent Export-Oriented Zones and Backward AreasKey Challenges to Investing in IndiaKey Challenges to Investing in IndiaUnderstanding the Indian ConsumerDistribution Channel ManagementLow VolumesProduct Modifications to Suit Indian ConditionsDeveloping a Vendor BaseLow Labor ProductivityIndegenisationHigh Cost of FinancePrice Conscious ConsumerMarket DevelopmentCritical PitfallsCritical PitfallsAmbiguous PoliciesBureaucracyCorruptionInfrastructure BottlenecksDepreciating CurrencyProcedural BottlenecksJudicial Remedy a Very Long ProcessLabor ProblemsWeak Exit PolicyUnstable Political ScenarioIndia Internet Service Markets, Industry Challenges and Research MethodologyIdentification of Challenges Facing the Indian Internet Services MarketIdentification of Challenges Facing the Indian Internet Services MarketLack of Physical Telephone Connections Curbs Growth of InternetMonopoly of International Gateways Is Cause of Concern for Private ISPsLack of Plans for Development of Internet Exchange Will Hinder Traffic ControlLack of Options for Last Mile Connectivity Reduces ProfitsHigh Charge for Interconnection Tariffs for ISPs Decreases MarginsLack of Security Systems over the Internet Hinders Growth of VASPolitical Biases Delay Privatization MeasuresUnclear Tariff Structure for ISP Pushes Back LaunchPolitical and Economic Uncertainty Reduces Market GrowthProblems with Cable and Satellite Connections Lessen Use of Alternate Means Time Frame Analysis of Industry ChallengesTime Frame Analysis of Industry ChallengesMarket Engineering Forecasting MethodologyOverviewStrategic Significance of the Market Engineering ForecastJudging Credibility and Accuracy of Market Engineering ForecastsForecast AssumptionsGlossary of TermsList of DefinitionsList of AcronymsMarket Engineering Measurement Analysis of the Indian Internet Services IndustryIntroductionIntroductionMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsPresentation of Strategic Significance of Measurements Presentation of Strategic Significance of Measurements Market AgeRevenuesPotential RevenuesBase Year Market Growth RateForecast Period Market Growth RateSubscribersAverage PricePrice RangePrice SensitivityCompetitorsDegree of CompetitivenessDegree of Technical ChangeIndia Internet Service Markets, Indian Internet Services Provider (ISP) PolicyIntroductionIntroductionThe Indian ISP PolicyThe Indian ISP PolicyInvitation of Application(s)/Proposal(s) for Award of License(s) for Providing Internet Service (ISP-License)General and Commercial InformationTechnical RequirementsFinancial ConditionsMarket Engineering Research for the Indian Internet Access Services Market 1995-2005Total Market AnalysisMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Subscriber and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Pricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive Structure and Market ShareMarket Engineering Research for the Indian Value-Added Services (VAS) Market 1995-2005Total Market AnalysisMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Demand AnalysisPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive StructureIndia Internet Service Markets, Market Engineering StrategyMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsSales and Marketing DepartmentsResearch and Development DepartmentCorporate Management and Business Development DepartmentsIndia Internet Service Markets, Database of Key Industry ParticipantsMarket ParticipantsMarket ParticipantsRelated Ministries and OrganizationsRelated Ministries and Organizations

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