Aid, Power and Privatization: The Politics of Telecommunication Reform in Central America
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 janv. 2005 - 222 pages
This book provides a comparative study of the telecommunication reform process in three Central American countries – Costa Rica, Guatemala and Honduras – focusing on the roles of the local private sector and international financial institutions.
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