What are the prospects for towers in Thailand?

The next emerging tower market in Asia or continued uncertainty and political wrangling ahead?

Read this article to learn:

  • How the structure of the Thai tower market has developed
  • How fledgling (but substantial) tower companies are now beginning to emerge
  • Investment pointers for investors with a risk appetite
  • Thailand’s potential joint venture towercos and the progress to date of DIF
  • Potential for new capacity investment

Guest editorial by Phil Cooper In recent years we have seen South East Asian tower markets develop at pace. Across the region, we have seen the gestation and growth of independent tower companies. Real national and regional heavyweight towercos have emerged such as Tower Bersama and Protelindo in Indonesia and edotco from Malaysia. However, Thailand seems…

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