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Network regulation

Network regulation should support long term stable rules that stimulate investments and usage, foster infrastructure competition, and uphold the principle of technology neutrality.
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In order to meet the targets for infrastructure performance required by public policy goals such as coverage, performance, availability and broad adoption of services, network regulation needs to strike a balance between encouraging private sector investment in infrastructure, market efficiency, consumer protection and, where deemed necessary, defining criteria for the allocation of public funds where private sector investment is not sufficiently forthcoming to meet the public policy goals. To achieve the right balance, network regulation should support long term stable rules that stimulate investments and usage, foster infrastructure competition and uphold the principle of technology neutrality.