Strong fundamentals will see the Chilean tower market heat up

Regulatory changes and ideal business conditions will drive the country’s telecom sector growth

Read this article to learn:

  • The status of the Chilean telecom tower industry
  • How regulatory changes have impacted the telecom market development
  • The deployment of 4G LTE networks in Chile
  • The attractiveness of the Chilean telecom market for foreign investors

The market for communication tower sharing appears to have cooled in Chile, following the enactment of Law No. 20.599 published on June 11 2012, which established regulations for the installation of antennas and transmission stations telecommunications services. Furthermore, economic headwinds from a slowdown in Chinese demand for industrial metals exports have also led to slower…

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