04 Sep 2012
Having enjoyed impressive economic growth following its adoption of the Euro, which helped attract significant foreign investment due to its low corporation tax, Ireland’s economy was hit hard by the 2008 global financial crisis.
08 Aug 2012
Having spent most of the 20th century under the rule of the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan emerged in 1991 as a newly independent state and, despite an ongoing conflict with neighbouring Armenia, has since become one of the Caucasus’ most active telecoms markets.
11 May 2012
Having only established full independence in 1867, Luxembourg is one of western Europe’s youngest countries and its only remaining sovereign grand duchy. Its geographical position, as well as its previous status as a tax haven, has led this tiny nation to boast one of the highest standards of living in the world.
17 Feb 2012
Having fought, and won, a fierce war for independence in the latter years of the twentieth century, Croatia has spent a good proportion of the last 20 years developing its economic and legislative freedoms, with a fair degree of success.
11 Jan 2012
Poland’s economy is the second largest in eastern Europe behind Russia, and it is blessed with fierce local demand for telecoms services as well as being strongly positioned to cater for growing international connectivity between Asia and Europe.
10 Oct 2011
With an investment of over $5 billion in Germany’s spectrum auction last year, the message was made clear by the country’s operators – this market still has huge growth potential.
16 Mar 2011
With a population barely reaching 5.4 million, it may be a surprise to many that Finland is setting a European standard in the race to deploy LTE and achieve one of the highest penetration rates for mobile broadband in the world.