The framing paper for the Vertigan Review asked whether the ACCC should be responsible for the economic regulation of the telecommunications industry. Should they?
A discussion on how cross subsidisation of the NBN, so long as it exists, will make the idea of infrastructure competition unworkable.
We’re continually told that mobile networks will never compete with fast fixed networks. But cellular technologies have come along leaps and bounds and most vendors are talking about driving data throughput as much as 1,000 times. Could it ultimately become the most cost effective way of connecting to the Internet?
Jerome Powell has changed his tune on the speed of tapering. He was a different man, says NAB’s David de Garis with the Fed chair clearly much more worried about inflation. https://t.co/ryvikQGj7c