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Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
Sesión 14:  Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones
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Sesión 14: Aplicación de modelos estadísticos a la regulación de mercados de telecomunicaciones

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Denis Villalobos
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Seminario sobre los aspectos económicos y financieros de las telecomunicaciones para los países Miembros del Grupo Regional de la Comisión de Estudio 3 para América Latina y El Caribe (SG3RG-LAC)

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  • 1. International Telecommunications Regulations (ITRs) and the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) Richard Hill Counsellor ITU/TSB Regional Seminar on the economic and financial aspects of telecommunications Study Group 3 Regional Group for Latin America and Caribbean (SG3RG-LAC) 6-7 July 2010, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Session 14
  • 2. Contents
    • What are the ITRs
    • Plans to revise the ITRs
    • WCIT and its preparatory process
    • Highlights of discussions
    • Issues relevant for Asia and Oceania
  • 3. What are the ITRs (1/5)
    • One of the four treaties of the ITU
      • Constitution
      • Convention
      • Radio Regulations
      • International Telecommunications Regulations
  • 4. What are the ITRs (2/5)
    • Successor to a long line of treaties, going back to the original ITU Convention of 1865
    • Current version adopted in 1988 in Melbourne, Australia, by the World Administrative Telegraph and Telephone Conference (WATTC)
    • Previous version was two treaties, Telegraph Regulations and Telephone Regulations (1973)
  • 5. What are the ITRs (3/5)
    • Establish general principles relating to the provision and operation of international telecommunication
      • facilitate global interconnection and interoperability
      • underpin harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities
      • promote efficiency, usefulness, and availability of international telecommunication services
  • 6. What are the ITRs (4/5)
    • Contain provisions relating to
      • Purpose and scope
      • Definitions
      • International Network
      • International Telecommunications Services
      • Safety of Line and Priority Telecommunications
      • Charging and Accounting
      • Suspension of Services
      • Dissemination of Information
      • Special Arrangements
    In some cases, related or similar provisions are found in the Constitution or Convention
  • 7. What are the ITRs (5/5)
    • Article 9: Special Arrangements
      • Enabled use of private leased lines for data networks
      • Facilitated expansion of the Internet
    A related (but less detailed) provision is found in Art. 42 of the Constitution
  • 8. Plans to revise the ITRs (1/3)
    • Unchanged since 1988
    • Significant changes since then:
      • Technologies
      • Privatization
      • Liberalization
      • Bilateral agreements between operators regarding tariffs
  • 9. Plans to revise the ITRs (2/3)
    • Discussions regarding review and revision at Plenipotentiary Conferences
      • 1998
      • 2002
      • 2006
  • 10. Plans to revise the ITRs (3/3)
    • Review processes:
      • 1999-2000: Expert Group
      • 2004-2005: Council Working Group on the ITRs
      • 2007-2009: Expert Group to Review the ITRs (ITR-EG)
  • 11. WCIT and its preparatory process (1/2)
    • PP Resolution 146 (2006)
      • Need consensus on what could appropriately be in treaties, standards, development activities
      • Important to ensure that the ITRs are reviewed and, if deemed appropriate, revised
      • Defined a review process (ITR-EG and WTPF)
      • Called for World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in 2012
  • 12. WCIT and its Preparatory Process (2/2)
    • World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT):
      • 2009-2012: Council Working Group to Prepare the 2012 WCIT (Council resolution 1312) – CWG WCIT12
      • Council 2010 has set dates and agenda (Council resolution 1317)
      • 2012: WCIT
  • 13. Highlights of discussions (1/3)
    • Are the ITRs still relevant?
    • Do provisions belong elsewhere?
      • Constitution/Convention
      • ITU-T Recommendations
    • Should provisions be added to cover new issues?
  • 14. Highlights of discussions (2/3)
    • Three main views up to 2010:
      • Provisions are still valid and required, no change needed or desirable
      • Most provisions are obsolete or are already covered adequately in other ITU instruments
      • New provisions are needed, to cover new areas and to strengthen certain areas
    Greater flexibility appears to have emerged in 2010
  • 15. Highlights of discussions (3/3)
    • Examples of new issues:
      • Security
      • Misuse of numbers
      • Application of certain ITU-T Recommendations
    No consensus on any of these, or indeed on whether any new issues should be included
  • 16. Issues that have been raised
    • Do provisions belong elsewhere?
      • Constitution/Convention
      • ITU-T Recommendations
    • How to make it easier to revise in the future?
    • Emergency telecommunications services and telecommunications for disaster relief
    • Taxation
    • Provisions regarding accounting (Abrogate? Revise?)
    • What are your thoughts?
  • 17. For more information
    • CWG-WCIT12: http://www.itu.int/council/groups/cwg-wcit12/index.html
    • 2007 Background document: http://www.itu.int/md/T05-ITR.EG-INF-0002/en
  • 18. Thank You

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