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International research firms rarely include Chile in the Latin American sections of their emerging markets reports, focusing instead on the largest markets. But telecoms equipment suppliers are always quick to mention this country as a target, either for sales in general or as the ideal location for their Latin American operations. Chile has a history as a showcase market and government officials are keen to keep it that way.
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The mobile pricing regime has changed in a very short period of time: firstly as a result of number portability (NP) and secondly with the launch of new MNOs and MVNOs.
Authorities steering a steady course
The idea of restructuring the sectors regulatory agencies had been under discussion for more than 10 years before the mandate was finally made official by President Sebastián Piñera in November 2011.
Chiles transport and telecommunications ministry believes that during the first three years of the current administration (2010-12) Chile had the fastest growth rate in the region for uptake of fixed and mobile broadband, at 12.6% and 138% respectively.
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