Telecommunications' vital role in the Hong Kong economy is set to continue. The industry makes up 2.5 per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and supports the rest of the service sector which makes up 83 per cent. The industry is also growing at more than 10 per cent a year. Current policies were last reviewed in 1992 and led to the introduction of OFTA, three new fixed-network operators and a host of mobile phone networks. Another review is being undertaken. The 1997 Telecommunications Review seeks: , To examine progress since the local fixed network was opened to competition and decide what, if any, further action would be needed, to further liberalise the market. To propose policy options flexible enough to cope with new telecommunications technologies and the convergence of telecommunications, broadcasting and information technologies. To develop strategic options to maintain Hong Kong's leading position in telecommunications and competitiveness in the Information Age. Development of the telecommunications sector in Hong Kong is done with the following aims, according to a policy blueprint laid out in a 1994 Position Paper. To ensure that the widest range of quality telecommunications services are available to people at reasonable cost. To ensure services are provided in the most economically viable and efficient manner. To ensure Hong Kong serves as the pre-eminent communications hub for the region into the next century.