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 1996 to 2005. Trends for the political climate, business policy, 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 1996 to 2005.

Table of Contents

U.S. Telecommunications Industry, Executive SummaryIntroduction and Segment AnalysisIntroductionSegment AnalysisSummary of Major FindingsCountry Trends and ForecastsIndustry Trends and ForecastsU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Overview of the Telecommunications IndustryIndustry Definition and Global OverviewIntroduction and Industry DefinitionGlobal OverviewRegional and Country OverviewsRegional OverviewCountry OverviewU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Industry Structure and Key ParametersSegments and ParametersIndustry SegmentsParametersGrowth Determinants and Country-Industry LinkageGrowth DeterminantsCountry-Industry LinkageU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Political Analysis and Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryThe United States Political SystemU.S. Political SystemEconomy Under Clinton RegimeBush AdministrationAgenda and the Republican Party Position PaperForeign Policy and International RelationsBudget and the Tax Relief PlanSummary of Political Implications on the Economy and the IndustryU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Business Policy Analysis and Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryDomestic and External PoliciesDomestic PolicyExternal PolicyIndustry Acts and Multilateral AgreementsIndustry Acts and Multilateral AgreementsSummary of Policy Implications on the Economy and the IndustryU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Economic Analysis and Implications for the Telecommunications IndustryTrends and Forecast for the Economic Indicators : Consumption and InvestmentTrends in ConsumptionConsumption and InvestmentTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators : Prices and LaborPricesLaborTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicator : External MarketsForeign TradeCurrent Account Balance and Foreign Exchange ReserveTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators : Financial Markets and GDPForeign Direct Investment and Interest RateThe U.S. Economy and the GDPEconomic Impact on the Telecommunications IndustryTelecommunication Prices and ConsumptionInvestmentU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Industry Trends and ForecastsTrends and Forecasts for Telecommunication ServicesMainline SubscribersResident Mainline SegmentBusiness Mainline SegmentWireless SegmentTrends and Forecasts for Telecommunication EquipmentIntroductionProduction Export and ImportsTotal Telecommunication and Equipment Markets in the United StatesTotal U.S. Telecommunications IndustryU.S. Telecommunication Equipment MarketU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Industry Progression IndexMethodology for the Industry Progression IndexIndex MethodologyWeights Assigned to Industry ParametersProgression Index for the Telecommunications Industry in the United StatesProgression Index for the Industry SegmentsIndustry Progression IndexU.S. Telecommunications Industry, Fact SheetsCountry Fact SheetGeography Demography and InfrastructureEconomic IndicatorsRegional and Industry Fact SheetsNorth America: Regional Fact SheetUnited States: Telecommunications Industry Fact SheetU.S. Telecommunications Industry, List of ReferencesReferences for the U.S. EconomyList of References for the United StatesReferences for the Telecommunications IndustryList of References for the Telecommunications Industry




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