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High-Speed internet and the Values of the Arab Spring
High-Speed internet and the Values of the Arab Spring

I remember once at a conference in Tunisia being asked by a young member of parliament why it made sense to invest in a fiber optic cable to a remote village in Djerba instead of improving more basic services such as electricity grids or water irrigation.

 
Maturing telecoms - Robust mobile market in Morocco
Global Arab Network - - Talal Abdullah
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The plan by France’s Vivendi to sell its 53% stake in Maroc Telecom has garnered significant overseas attention, having attracted suitors from South Korea to the Gulf.
 
An Omani Invents 3 Eco-Friendly Devices
Global Arab Network - - Gamal Ragay
An Omani Invents 3 Eco-Friendly Devices
The German University of Technology in Oman "GUtech" hosts an exhibition featuring three eco-friendly scientific innovations derived from the Omani environment and heritage. 
 
UAE | Tapping into telecoms demand in Dubai
Global Arab Network - - Adnan Kassar

Despite achieving record growth in 2012, telecoms operators in the UAE have seen their profit margins affected by a new royalties programme introduced by the federal government.

 
MENA Social Safety Nets virtual community expands in Kuwait
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“This is the first time when I left a conference that I really felt like we were a family… Already people have sent emails to continue the discussions we had. Some of the participants have really valuable experience with social safety nets and there is a lot we can learn from each other.”

 
Social Networks and cell phones in the aftermath of the Arab revolutions
Global Arab Network - Omer Karasapan

When the Arab Spring broke out and regimes began to fall under the pressure of their own citizens, a revolution on social media also took hold.

 
Morocco: Ongoing expansion in the mobile segment
Global Arab Network - - Ahmed Gamal

Like many other emerging markets around the world, mobile phone usage in Morocco continues to increase on the back of rising competition and declining prices over the past 18 months.

 
Competitive market in Kuwait: Mobile operators target 4G business
Global Arab Network - - Asmaa Malik

The launch of 4G long-term evolution (LTE) services in Kuwait has sparked a wave of increased activity among mobile operators as they move to attract new business in what is already a fiercely competitive telecoms market. 

 
Oman: Broadband services are central to growth
Global Arab Network - - Sarah Khan

With mobile penetration already well above 100%, the increasing popularity of high-speed mobile and fixed broadband is proving to be the key to growth in the Omani telecoms sector. Increasing operating costs and declining text usage are cutting into profits, however. 

 
Egypt: Join the Cairo transport app challenge

It has been a year since WaterHackathon Cairo took place, bringing together Egyptian technologists with water specialists to brainstorm innovative ICT solutions for Egypt’s biggest water challenges.

 
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