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Thai Telecom market liberalization. WTO agreement on telecom services liberalization Semi-liberalization by giving concession to private operators in the 1990s Thai Government fully privatize and liberalize telecom services in 2006. Sharing revenue in Concession. Subscribers / Clients.

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Thai telecom market liberalization

Thai Telecom market liberalization

  • WTO agreement on telecom services liberalization

  • Semi-liberalization by giving concession to private operators in the 1990s

  • Thai Government fully privatize and liberalize telecom services in 2006


Sharing revenue in concession

Sharing revenue in Concession

Subscribers

/ Clients

Ministry

of Finance

Services

Payments

Partial

Income

  • Concessioner

  • Operators

  • Shin

  • Samart

  • UCOM

  • State-own

  • Enterprise

  • TOT

  • CAT

Sharing

Revenue

as concession fee

  • Jasmine

  • CP


Thai telecom market liberalization

TOT

Own sources of revenue

  • Fix Lines

  • Public phone

    BTO Concession

  • Fix lines (Bangkok) - TA

  • Fix lines (Rural) - TT&T

  • Mobile phone - AIS

  • Paging - Hutchison, Worldpage, Phonelink


Thai telecom market liberalization

CAT

Own sources of revenue

  • International phone

  • Postal services

  • ISP (Internet Service Provider)

  • Mobile phone

    BTO Concession

  • Mobile phone – DTAC, TAOrange, DPC

  • Satellite - Thaicom

  • Paging – Paclink, Easycall


After telecom liberalization

After Telecom Liberalization

  • Concessions of TOT & CAT be eliminated

  • TOT and CAT only be one player, not a controller anymore

  • New organization be established for control a game


Telecom reform developments before liberalization

Telecom Reform Developments Before Liberalization

  • Privatization of TOT and CAT

  • Formation of the NTC

  • Telecommunications concession

    conversion


Privatization of tot and cat

Privatization of TOT and CAT

  • Slack privatization cause the NTC has not been established

  • TOT accomplished to be TOT Corporation in 2002

  • Plan to list TOT & CAT in the Stock Market


Formation of the ntc

Formation of the NTC

  • The NTC is independent regulatory organization

  • Governed by seven-member board

  • Lack of transparency about candidates selecting


Telecom concession conversion

Telecom Concession Conversion

  • What is the best way to converse telecommunications concession before liberalization?

    • TDRI framework

    • CU framework

    • ICT framework


Tdri framework

TDRI Framework

2006

2015

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X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Lump sum

payment

on NPV

Discounted by

appropriate rate


Tdri framework1

TDRI Framework

  • Problems

    • What is appropriate discount rate ?

    • Many private firms reject it, cause it less competitive than new entrants


Cu framework

CU Framework

2006

2015

xxxx

xxxx

xxxx

xxxx

xxxx

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No payment after market

liberalization


Cu framework1

CU Framework

  • Problems

    • Unfair for new players

    • Government losing benefits


Ict framework

ICT Framework

TOT & CAT

Concession fee

Concessioner

Excise tax

Ministry of Finance


Ict framework1

ICT Framework

  • Problems

    • Shoving tax responsibility to consumer


Conversion principle

Conversion Principle

  • Fair game for any players

  • Reduction in government revenue as low as possible

  • Benefit to consumer


The end

THE END


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