Telecom infrastructure to be opened to private sector By Hien Nguyen and Van Oanh – The Saigon Times Daily HANOI – Vietnam will allow private individuals and organizations to develop telecom infrastructure, a sector still strictly gripped by State-owned companies, heard the 6th annual Vietnam e-Government Symposium opening in Hanoi on Tuesday. Le Thi Ngoc Mo, deputy head of the Telecom Department under the Ministry of Information and Communication, said at the event that the ministry was mapping out a scheme allowing all economic sectors to participate in telecom infrastructure development. Under the new draft, Internet service providers (ISP) who do not have telecom infrastructure of their own will have rights to install telecom cables for Internet service. Along with the new draft for telecom infrastructure development, the Ministry of Information and Communication also pledged to promote e-government next time. Deputy minister Tran Duc Lai said that Vietnam would promote e-government development in the coming time because the Government is making a great effort to undertake it. Lai noted that a comprehensive legal framework and advanced methods for e-government development are badly needed. The 6th annual Vietnam e-Government Symposium is co-organized by the Office of National Steering Committee on Information…
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