HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam and the United Kingdom have agreed to draft a Memorandum of Understanding on telecom market management, making it easier for their companies to explore business opportunities.
The decision was reached in London at a meeting between visiting Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Bac Son and Vice Chief Technology Officer of the UK Federal Office of Communications Steve Unger on April 30.
The Vietnamese delegation learnt about the host country's experience in television digitalisation, audiovisual broadcasting and its future orientations.
Unger promised to consider backing Viet Nam's bid for a seat at the Radio Regulations Board under the International Telegraph Union.
Informing Unger of Viet Nam's existing telecom market, Son said the sector recorded over 1.26 million mobile phone and 31 million Internet subscribers as of late 2013, earning $9.9 billion in revenue. — VNS