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Case Solution for Northern Telecom in China–1972-94

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Case Name :      Northern Telecom in China–1972-94
Authors :           Neil Abramson, Janet X. Ai
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            97G005
Discipline :        Business & Government Relations
Case Length :    22 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Nortel, a large Canadian telecommunications company, has been doing business in China since 1972. By mid-1994, Nortel had successfully developed two joint ventures in China but two others were bogged down in negotiations. Art McDonald, the chairman of Nortel China, is contemplating a series of alternative ways of expediting the negotiations.
 
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Case Solution for Privatizing Poland’s Telecom Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in the New Economy and e-Business (B)

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Case Name :      Privatizing Poland’s Telecom Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in the New Economy and e-Business (B)
Authors :           David W. Conklin, Danielle Cadieux
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            908M01
Discipline :        Business & Government Relations
Case Length :    04 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
This case is a follow up to Privatizing Poland’s Telecom Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in the New Economy and e-business (A), Ivey product 9B00M023 and contains information in regard to Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (TPSA) over the period of 2000-2008. Students will be interested to see what actually happened related to the issues raised in the (A) case. Many will have expected that France Telecom moved quickly to consolidate its control over TPSA. However, few will have expected that TPSA was able to cut their workforce in half so quickly and achieve a substantial profit increase by 2004. Yet, France Telecom was blocked by the slow development of e-business in Poland, and so many of the expectations in regard to revenue from value-added activities had still failed to materialize by 2008. A focus for discussion of the (B) case concerns the likely regulatory changes in Poland’s telecom sector. Students will be interested in providing advice to Poland’s new parliamentary leaders regarding the regulatory reforms they would recommend. Students can also debate whether the European Union (EU) will be able to impose uniform regulations throughout the EU that can stimulate the growth of new competitors. Their recommendations for a political strategy for France Telecom and TPSA should also generate debate.
 
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Case Solution for Privatizing Poland’s Telecom Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in the New Economy and e-Business

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Case Name :      Privatizing Poland’s Telecom Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in the New Economy and e-Business
Authors :           David W. Conklin, Marius Siwak
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            900M23
Discipline :        Business & Government Relations
Case Length :    20 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
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As it entered the 21st century, the Polish government faced the dilemma of how to develop an optimal telecom structure and related services. For decades, the government owned and operated a national telecom monopoly; but in the late 1990s, it gradually allowed the entry of some competitors, many of whom brought new technologies. The government had undertaken a major privatization program, and it faced the question of whether, and how, it should privatize; yet privatization would have to be accompanied by ongoing regulation to ensure that managerial decisions were made in the interests of the nation as a whole. This challenge of continual government intervention could reduce the attractiveness of acquiring the government-owned agency, in spite of its market dominance.
 
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Case Solution for Orascom Telecom: Risks of Internationalization

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Case Name :      Orascom Telecom: Risks of Internationalization
Authors :           Marina Apaydin, Dina Zaki, Farah Zahran
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W11096
Discipline :        Entrepreneurship
Case Length :    09 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Orascom Telecom Holding S.A.E. (OTH) was established in 1998 in Egypt and had grown exponentially to become one of the major players in the global telecommunications market. OTH was considered to be among the largest and most diversified network operators in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Orascom Telecom Algeria (Djezzy) was launched in February 2002 and it grew to become the market leader in terms of both subscriber numbers as well as the quality of telecommunications services provided. Djezzy served more than 14.7 million subscribers on its network and had a 62.9 per cent market share. After the great success Orascom had realized in Algeria, Orascom wanted to further expand. The manager thought that India could also be a great opportunity in which Orascom could expand its business. In 2006, OTH agreed to acquire a 19.3 per cent stake in Hutchison (HTIL) to penetrate the Indian market. India was an excellent opportunity as there were strong complementary similarities between Orascom and Hutchinson Telecom: both were successful operators offering mobile services in countries with large populations and low penetration levels of telecommunications services. However, despite this appearing to be an excellent opportunity, Orascom was not able to complete this operation because it did not consider the expenses in an accurate way and many factors were ignored, concentrating only on the positive aspects.
 
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Case Solution for Geotech Telecom

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Case Name :      Geotech Telecom
Authors :           Mary Han
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            907M36
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    11 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Geotech Telecom (Geotech) is a small but successful 14-year old company that provides telecom consulting to two main clients, Rogers Telecom and Bell Canada. The company is facing the upcoming transfer of a large multimillion-dollar telecom contract from one of its largest clients, Bell Canada, to another provider. Geotech’s president doubts whether Geotech will be able to compete for the project and, hence, a potentially disastrous future lies ahead for the company. At the same time, the widow of the company’s founder wants to sell the company, and Geotech has received acquisition offers from larger telecom consulting companies. The president needs to decide what steps to take next.
 
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Case Solution for NTT DoCoMo – Joint Venture with Tata in Indian Mobile Telecom

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Case Name :      NTT DoCoMo – Joint Venture with Tata in Indian Mobile Telecom
Authors :           Shih-Fen Chen, Ramasastry Chandrasekhar
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W10004
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    20 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In November 2008, NTT DoCoMo, the largest mobile telecom company in Japan, entered into a joint venture (JV) with Tata Tele Services Ltd (TTSL), the fifth largest mobile telecom company in India. The two partners had come together because both had recognized that they could put complementary capabilities into play. NTT DoCoMo could build on TTSL’s knowledge of the local market and ownership of telecom licence (given by the federal government only to domestic firms). TTSL could gain access to NTT DoCoMo’s core competence in 3G technology, which was soon being rolled out in India through spectrum auction. As part of signing the deal, the two partners had to deal with issues other than business synergies – like the percentage of equity holding of each partner in the JV, the price at which NTT DoCoMo would buy its stake to be offloaded by TTSL and the provision for veto rights that could make up for a minority holding. The case study helps students understand the dynamics of the formation of an international JV. It also highlights the unique advantages of a JV over other forms of international collaboration, such as technology licensing and agency distribution.
 
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Case Solution for Wind Mobile: Competing in the Canadian Telecom Industry

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Case Name :      Wind Mobile: Competing in the Canadian Telecom Industry
Authors :           Neil Bendle, Janice Wong
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W12341
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    10 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
This case looks at how a new entrant into a market dominated by three established incumbents can win consumer support. Wind Mobile, a new entrant in the Canadian telecommunications industry, not only has to compete with rivals Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., Rogers Communications and Telus Corporation but also confronts Canadian regulations concerning foreign ownership. Although the regulatory body, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), has ruled that Wind is not Canadian controlled, the Conservative government of the day supports the company and the liberalization of the market. The contradictory stances of important regulatory players leaves considerable confusion as to the right of Wind to compete. In addition to its legal challenges, Wind has to secure customers and takes an aggressive stance against the incumbents, who deploy a variety of tactics, including fighter brands and long-term contracts, to retain their customer base.
 
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Case Solution for Pricing Telecom Licences in India

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Case Name :      Pricing Telecom Licences in India
Authors :           Mukherjee Srabanti, Debdatta Pal
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W12509
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    15 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
On February 2, 2012, the Supreme Court of India cancelled all 122 second-generation (2G) telecom licences issued on or after January 10, 2008 by the Department of Telecommunication (DoT). This judgment, along with the announcement of the National Telecom Policy-2012, forced the DoT to rethink the issue of pricing spectrum, which was earlier bundled with 2G licences. First, was re-auctioning required? If so, what should be the minimum reserve price? Should DoT follow a uniform pricing strategy for all the incumbents, including those whose licences were cancelled? How could it strike a balance between investor apathy and the government’s objective of increasing rural tele-density, given the possibility of a tariff hike after the refarming of spectrum?
 
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