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Broadband Growth and Policies in OECD Countries

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Broadband connects consumers, businesses and governments and are now therefore a vital instrument in ensuring the competitiveness of OECD countries. This report examines broadband developments and policies, and highlights challenges such as connecting users to fibre-based networks or coverage of rural areas. It also outlines emerging issues that may need policy attention as we move to next-generation networks. The findings are also relevant to emerging and developing economies designing broadband strategies.

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Main Findings and Policy Suggestions

Monitoring the Recommendation of the OECD Council on Broadband Development

Broadband not only plays a critical role in the workings of the economy, it connects consumers, businesses, governments and facilitates social interaction. The Recommendation of the OECD Council on Broadband Development recognises this growing importance of broadband and its principles have been instrumental in fostering broadband development.

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