BRUSSELS, July 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Cullen International launches new Middle East and North Africa (MENA) service that monitors, analyses, and benchmarks telecommunications regulatory developments in the MENA region.
It is the first time that such an extensive amount of up-to-date data is available from a single independent source. Telecommunications industry, policy makers and regulators in the region have been struggling to find the information they need for their planning and investment decisions and to identify regulatory trends in comparable markets.
The new Cullen International service initially covers eight countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Building upon Cullen International's more than 25 years of experience and established benchmarking methodology, the service consists of a quarterly Cross-Country Analysis report, which contains comparative tables on all major aspects of telecommunications regulation in the covered countries. In addition, the service offers a dedicated enquiry service for clients.
"Stakeholders in the MENA telecoms sector are looking for a clear regulatory overview, whether it is to make investment decisions or to follow regulatory best practice", says Philippe Defraigne, Director at Cullen International. "With our extensive research and analysis, we are now able to not only provide up-to-date and reliable data from an independent source, we also put it in perspective across the region and compared to European standards."
About Cullen International
Cullen International (http://www.cullen-international.com) is a provider of regulatory information covering the telecommunications, e-commerce, media and smart energy sectors. For over 25 years, Cullen International has been tracking, analyzing and benchmarking regulatory developments, now covering Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North Africa.
SOURCE Cullen International