CALA tower land-grab moves to Peru

More than double the current number of towers needed, progressive regulator seeks to encourage investment

Read this article to learn:

  • The Peruvian TMT sector’s first international investors
  • What is being done to speed up deployments at a regulatory and legal level
  • Which players are active in the country and how many towers they should build
  • The Peruvian National Fibre Backbone project

Back in 2000, Frank Sader published a book for the IFC and the World Bank titled “Attracting Foreign Direct Investment into Infrastructure – Why is it so difficult?” At one point, the author references experiences of raising foreign investments in Argentina and Peru in the TMT sector, and stresses the importance of a strong regulator…

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