00 Hardcover HE8425 Wu (director of research, International Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission) examines the evolution of China's telecommunications policy as it simultaneously attempts to liberalize telecommunications markets while maintaining control over telecommunications content.
What does TPol stand for?
TPol stands for Telecommunications Policy
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 3 other meanings of TPol in our Acronym Attic
- Transportation Port Opening Element (In-Transit Visibility from the Airport/Seaport to Forward Nodes)
- Technical and Protective Operations Facilities (Canada)
- The Philosophy of Freedom (Rudolf Steiner book)
- Taiwan Pediatric Oncology Group (est. 1988)
- The Power of Good (motto)
- Thee Plague of Gentlemen (band)
- The Property of Hate (webcomic)
- The Pursuit of Happiness (band)
- Tonnes Per Operating Hour
- The Prayer of Jabez (bible)
- The Physiology of Literacy
- The Point Online
- Theory and Practice of Online Learning
- Transfer Pricing Online
- Transitional Presentation of Learning
- Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics
- Transverse Polarimeter
- The Planet of Leather Moomins
- Tacoma Parents of Multiples (Washington)
- Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry (Nashville, TN)
Samples in periodicals archive:
MIT Press (Cambridge, MA) has published "Digital Crossroads: American Telecommunications Policy in the Internet Age," a new book that offers information and analysis of competition policy issues in the telecommunications industry.
2 million by the end of 2005, almost double the 47 million in 2000, according to a draft of the government's upcoming white paper on telecommunications policy.
Telephony, the Internet, and the Media: Selected Papers from the 1997 Telecommunications Policy Research Conference.
Telecommunications policy for rural areas has been an active area of investigation, focusing on the socioeconomic benefits associated with greater telecommunications access.