The global fixed line telecoms market is expected to have a value of $524.3 billion in 2015, a decrease of 4.8% since 2010. Is this decline inexorable? How can companies be profitable in this market while wireless is growing fast? China is expected to be the leader among the developing nations: what are the investment opportunities in this country? How is this industry performing in the other emerging countries, such as Brazil, India, Mexico and South Africa?
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Hundreds of key players that operate in today’s market are featured in our publications. Some examples? BT Group, Belgacom, China Telecom, China Unicom, Jupiter Telecommunications, KDDI Corporation, NTT Group, Softbank Telecom Corp., Telefónica, Telenor ASA, Telstra, Verizon Communications, and more.