Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) April 14, 2008 -- Bharatbook.com announces a new market research report âTelecommunications Report Taiwanâ (http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=19052)
Independent 5-year telecommunications forecast for Taiwan. Original telecommunications market research and telecommunications sector trend analysis for Taiwan's telecommunications industry. Competitive intelligence, regional telecommunications company rankings and SWOT analyses on international and domestic telecommunications companies in Taiwan.
The Taiwan Telecommunications Report has been researched at source and features latest-available data covering all headline indicators; 5-year industry forecasts through end-2012; company rankings and competitive landscapes covering leading multinational handset manufacturers and equipment vendors, domestic fixed-line and mobile operators, and analysis of latest industry news, trends and regulatory developments.
Taiwan Telecommunications Report provides industry professionals and researchers, operators, equipment suppliers and vendors, corporate and financial services analysts and regulatory bodies with independent forecasts and competitive intelligence on the telecommunications industry in Taiwan.
The Asia Telecommunications Report is used for benchmarking industry views against It's independent forecasts; for market research and analysis of industry trends. It also provides competitive intelligence on leading companies.
Key Benefits of Report
Benchmark It's Independent 5-Year Telecommunications Industry Forecast for Taiwan to test other views - a key input for successful budgeting and strategic business planning in the Taiwanese telecommunications market.
Target Business Opportunities & Risks in Taiwan's Telecommunications Sector through our reviews of latest industry trends, regulatory changes, and major deals, projects and investments in Taiwan.
Exploit Latest Competitive Taiwanese Telecommunications Intelligence & company SWOTS on your competitors and peers through company rankings by sales, market share, investments and leading products and services.
Summary of It's key industry forecasts and trend analysis, covering ICT, fixed-line, mobile and internet markets, and headline news of key industry events from the latest quarter.
At-a-glance outlook of the structure, size and value of the industry, including an overview of key players and a snapshot of regional penetration rates for fixed-line, mobile and internet markets.
Business Environment Rankings
It provides a cross-border analysis of telecoms regulatory systems across regional markets, and their investor prospects, discussing the merits and downfalls of each countryâs business environment, and ranking them in order of competitiveness. The rankings take into account industry factors, such as Market Maturity, Growth Potential, Competitive Environment and Licensing Framework in addition to Itâs political and economic risk ratings.
It 5-Year Industry Forecast
Historic data series and 5-year forecasts to end-2012 for all key industry indicators (see list below), supported by explicit assumptions, plus analysis of key downside risks to the main forecast.
Fixed-Line Telephony - Telephone Lines ('000); Telephone Lines/100 Inhabitants;
Cellular Telephony - Phone Subscribers ('000); Mobile Phone Subscribers/ 100 Inhabitants; Mobile Phone Subscribers/100 Fixed Line Subscribers;
Internet Markets - Internet Users ('000); Internet Users/100 Inhabitants; Broadband Internet Subscribers ('000); Broadband Internet Subscribers/100 Inhabitants;
Multimedia Markets - PCs ('000); PCs/100 Inhabitants; TV households ('000s); Pay-TV subscribers ('000s); Pay-TV subscribers/100 inhabitants; Cable TV subscribers ('000s); Direct-to-Home Subscribers ('000s)
It 5-Year Macroeconomic Forecast
It forecasts for all headline macroeconomic indicators, including real GDP growth, inflation, fiscal balance, trade balance, current account and external debt.
Competitive Landscape & Rankings
Commentary on key operators highlighting ownership structures, latest available revenue figures, market share analysis and ARPU counts.
Company Profiles & SWOTS
Company profiles, including SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analyses, fully researched senior executives and contact details, business activity, leading products and services, and a record of all recent foreign direct investments and projects.
The Sector At A Glance
Key Insights On The Telecomunications sector of Taiwan
We have substantially revised our forecasts for both the mobile and broadband markets in Taiwan. Growth in the mobile market has remained sluggish, with just 180,000 net additions over the first nine months of 2006, which brought the total subscriber number to 21.378mn users. Such poor take-up is perhaps unsurprising, given that penetration rates have remained over 90% since 2004. However, we believe that poor development in the 3G market has been the overriding factor. Unlike some of its regional counterparts, such as Japan where over half of the mobile population subscribes to 3G services, we expect this figure in Taiwan to be just 16% by YE06. Indeed, we have revised our 3G expectations downwards to 3.45mn 3G customers by the end of the year, and the only operator likely to achieve its YE06 target is Chunghwa Telecom. This is largely due to the operatorâs policy of reducing the number of its 2G and 2.5G handset models, while at the same time increasing the number of its 3G handset models.
In order to improve 3G take-up, operators will need to focus on greater handset variety and data service partnerships. Chunghwa has taken a lead on this through its recent agreement with the Google search engine, which will feature on the operatorâs mobile internet access platform, in addition to video and music downloading, an area sorely lacking in the market. Meanwhile, the NCCâs initiative to reduce mobile tariffs by 4.9% annually from 2007-2010 will go some way in aiding further mobile subscriptions.
As for the broadband market, latest figures from the Ministry of Transport and Communication (MoTC) showed that by YE05, there were some 4.602mn users. Based on these figures we expect that the market will continue to grow impressively, taking penetration rates past 30% in H208. Expectations that the market will develop substantially, and in particular from late 2007, are due to the regulatorâs announcement that nine additional WiMAX licences are to be awarded in Q207. Each concession is valid for a period of six years, with the condition that networks are launched within one year of being awarded. This marks part of the governmentâs ongoing efforts to raise the level of broadband penetration, forming part of its Mobile Taiwan (M-Taiwan) project. In addition, the NCC also reported that broadband and internet tariffs would fall by 5.35% each year starting from 2007 until 2010, in order to encourage greater take-up of services.
Taiwanâs position in our Business Environment Rankings table has risen to joint third place with South Korea. Part of the reason behind Taiwanâs strong performance is down to its improved relations with mainland China, while the countryâs increasingly competitive environment, with no fewer than four mobile operators offering 2G services and five operators in the 3G space, is also a plus.
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