Monday, October 11, 2004 - The Progress & Freedom Foundation Blog

Korean Broadband

The OECD has investigated the massive broadband penetration in Korea and found that investment incentives, including deregulation, are critical. Amazingly, the traditional provider, Korea Telecom, still maintains about 95 percent of local access lines while only garnering about half of the broadband "lines". This is accomplished without extensive unbundling requirements. How? By encouraging investment.

Tom Hazlett has all the details in the Wall Street Journal.

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