ENTel and the Privatization of Argentine Telecommunications

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Willis M. Emmons
Harvard Business School ()

Rising budget deficits, prolonged economic recession, and insufficient investment in the country’s telecommunications infrastructure led the Argentine government to privatize its state-owned monopoly telecommunications service provider, ENTel, in the late 1990s. The privatization process and the structure of The resulting property is complex, and the new regulations appear to present significant opportunities and risks for investors.

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