Visitors look at the broadband equipment of ZTE in Shanghai, China. The plan by Beijing to widen participation in the country's fixed-line broadband market may falter. Photo: Bloomberg Visitors look at the broadband equipment of ZTE in Shanghai, China. The plan by Beijing to widen participation in the country's fixed-line broadband market may falter. Photo: Bloomberg
Visitors look at the broadband equipment of ZTE in Shanghai, China. The plan by Beijing to widen participation in the country's fixed-line broadband market may falter. Photo: Bloomberg

Opening of China’s fixed broadband market may falter without regulated pricing

Industry analysts indicate the lack of regulated wholesale pricing in the new policy would put participating companies at a disadvantage in negotiations with the large, incumbent broadband network operators like China Telecom and China Unicom

Visitors look at the broadband equipment of ZTE in Shanghai, China. The plan by Beijing to widen participation in the country's fixed-line broadband market may falter. Photo: Bloomberg Visitors look at the broadband equipment of ZTE in Shanghai, China. The plan by Beijing to widen participation in the country's fixed-line broadband market may falter. Photo: Bloomberg
Visitors look at the broadband equipment of ZTE in Shanghai, China. The plan by Beijing to widen participation in the country's fixed-line broadband market may falter. Photo: Bloomberg
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