The effects of China entering the World Trade Organization on the South Korean wireless telecommunication industry
Conner, William J.
Miller, H. Lyman
Cook, Glenn R.
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This thesis investigates the effects of China entering the World Trade Organization on the South Korean wireless telecommunication industry. Of particular interest, this thesis explores whether the South Korean wireless telecom industry will benefit from China's accession into the WTO. The working hypothesis of the thesis is that South Korean wireless telecom companies will receive far-reaching economic benefit from China's entry into the WTO. Additionally, this thesis explores the effects the entry in the WTO will have on China's telecom policy toward allowing foreign companies to own and operate parts of the network.
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