Montenegro Country Profile
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Country information about the economy, geography,
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Up to date resume about country leaders,
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Montenegro Government Page
Links, news and information about the Montenegro Government.
ICT and Telecommunications Market Reports
Montenegro Telecoms, Mobile,
Broadband Market and Forecasts Report
One of the newest Eastern European countries, Montenegro has struck out on its
own since gaining independence from Serbia and Montenegro in 2006, a task made
easier by the fact that it possessed a separate economy and set of institutions
prior to independence. The European Union is the main trading partner of
Montenegro, representing approximately 57% of total exports and 100% of imports.
Montenegro has profited from EU trade preferences.
Montenegro’s telecom industry has been liberalised and legislation introduced
that adopts regulatory principles found in the EU’s regulatory framework for
communications, which promotes competition as the most efficient way to offer
communications products and services while ensuring universal access. Despite
liberalisation the incumbent Crnogorski Telekom continues to dominate the
fixed-line market although the situation is likely to change due to introduction
of new legislation giving stronger powers to the regulator to improve competition.See table of
contents and report summary.
Eastern European Internet, Broadband and
Convergence (Tables only)
This report provides 337 statistical tables for the Internet, broadband and
convergence activities, both on a regional and national level for the major
22 Eastern European countries.See the report
summary and table of content.
European Mobile Data Market
This report covers developments in Europe’s mobile data market, providing
key analyses on emerging technologies and the growing consumer use of services.
The countries covered in this report include: Albania, Austria, Belarus, Belgium,
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway,
Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Ukraine , United Kingdom.Read the executive
Mobile Market - Overview & Statistics
Austria has one of the highest mobile penetration levels in
Europe and mobile growth has continued at about 9% during 2005.
The country has a fiercely competitive mobile market, and
although the population is only eight million it is served by
four GSM network operators and five UMTS licence holders. The
oversupply of capacity has lead to some of Europe’s lowest
tariffs. Advanced wireless data services have been launched,
including SMS, WAP, GPRS and 3G. The mobile operators have
expanded beyond the relatively small market, to include more
lucrative neighbouring markets such as Germany, Poland, the Czech
Republic, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia. This Paul Budde report
addresses these features of Austria’s wireless market in
2005 and early 2006, providing historical and current subscriber
statistics, and an overview of key operators, technologies and
data services.See table of