TRA's General Director participates at Global Symposium of Regulators organised by ITU
- Bahrain: Tuesday, October 09 - 2012 at 14:07
- PRESS RELEASE
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority's (TRA) General Director, Mr. Mohamed Bubashait, participated at the annual Global Symposium of Regulators (GSR) held in Sri Lanka from 2 to4 October 2012. The GSR is organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and this year was hosted by the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka.
Mr. Bubashait participated in a panel discussion on the role of the regulator in a converged digital environment. Mr. Bubashait highlighted and shared TRA Bahrain's experience in the move from ex-ante regulation to ex-post regulation to foster competition and provide consumers with converged technology and services in a neutral and fair regulatory environment.
The GSR is an annual event of ITU's Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) convened to strengthen exchanges of experience among regulators on the most important regulatory subjects and issues. The meeting fosters an open dialogue among regulators and with key ICT stakeholders. The first two days of the GSR were open to ITU-D Sector Members (Industry), policy makers, regulators, and other invited guests and took the form of an Open Dialogue. The third day was reserved for regulators and policy makers.
The theme of this year's GSR was "Why regulate in a Networked Society?". The GSR was opened with a high-level interactive session, focusing on transnational regulatory issues in a converged digital era, understanding the changing business dynamics and the role of regulation.
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