China Independent Tower Alliance creates unified voice to drive industry cooperation, standardisation and influence

Private towercos looking to leverage strength in numbers to thrive alongside state-giant China Tower Corporation

Read this article to learn:

  • CITA’s objectives and mission
  • CITA’s membership makeup
  • CITA’s nine main roles
  • What is MIIT and SASAC’s document No. 92
  • Future prospects for China’s independent tower market

China’s independent tower industry reached a major milestone this summer through the creation of the China Independent Tower Alliance (CITA). Buoyed by a key government document released in the Spring and under the leadership of the Communications Network Operation and Maintenance Committee (COMC) of the China Association of Communication Enterprises (CACE), independent towercos of all…

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