A PIDS study says the quality of the Philippine telecommunications regulatory environment is significantly below international standards. The Philippines has an overall rating of 52.50 out of 100 in the scoring system set by the International Telecommunications Union making it the second lowest among seven Southeast Asian countries assessed. The study urges the government to pursue structural reforms to improve regulatory quality and support the efficient functioning of ICT markets.

Know more about the study titled “Rebooting Philippine Telecommunications Through Structural Reform” here: https://pidswebs.pids.gov.ph/CDN/PUBLICATIONS/pidsdps1719.pdf

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