Bahrain's telecoms regulator suggests 9.5% return on services
- Bahrain: Thursday, November 08 - 2012 at 12:06
Bahrain's Telecoms Regulatory Authority (TRA) has proposed the cost of capital for regulated telecoms services be set at 9.5%, Daily Tribune has reported. Although the proposed cost of capital has not changed from 2009, a number of key parameters upon which it is based have changed, and these are reflected in the draft determination, the regulator said. Other factors under consideration by the TRA include international best practice, latest available market information, regulatory precedents and the current economic environment, the report said.
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