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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of (TRAI) has invited comments from stakeholders on 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector.

The comments, which can be send till May 8, will help in identifying issues related to 'ease of doing business' before going for an elaborate consultation later, the TRAI said in a release.



The telecom regulator said a number of steps have already been taken for 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector.

The TRAI, however, said the sector has "immense potential" for growth if more conducive business environment is created by simplifying the provisions of policy and regulatory framework.

Comments are invited on issues related to procedures for obtaining permission/license/registration for various broadcasting services, broadband through cable TV and rationalisation of policy in broadcasting sector, among others.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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TRAI invites comments on ease of doing business in

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has invited comments from stakeholders on 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector. The comments, which can be send till May 8, will help in identifying issues related to 'ease of doing business' before going for an elaborate consultation later, the TRAI said in a release. The telecom regulator said a number of steps have already been taken for 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector. The TRAI, however, said the sector has "immense potential" for growth if more conducive business environment is created by simplifying the provisions of policy and regulatory framework. Comments are invited on issues related to procedures for obtaining permission/license/registration for various broadcasting services, broadband through cable TV and rationalisation of FDI policy in broadcasting sector, among others. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of (TRAI) has invited comments from stakeholders on 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector.

The comments, which can be send till May 8, will help in identifying issues related to 'ease of doing business' before going for an elaborate consultation later, the TRAI said in a release.

The telecom regulator said a number of steps have already been taken for 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector.

The TRAI, however, said the sector has "immense potential" for growth if more conducive business environment is created by simplifying the provisions of policy and regulatory framework.

Comments are invited on issues related to procedures for obtaining permission/license/registration for various broadcasting services, broadband through cable TV and rationalisation of policy in broadcasting sector, among others.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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TRAI invites comments on ease of doing business in

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of (TRAI) has invited comments from stakeholders on 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector.

The comments, which can be send till May 8, will help in identifying issues related to 'ease of doing business' before going for an elaborate consultation later, the TRAI said in a release.

The telecom regulator said a number of steps have already been taken for 'ease of doing business' in the broadcasting sector.

The TRAI, however, said the sector has "immense potential" for growth if more conducive business environment is created by simplifying the provisions of policy and regulatory framework.

Comments are invited on issues related to procedures for obtaining permission/license/registration for various broadcasting services, broadband through cable TV and rationalisation of policy in broadcasting sector, among others.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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