Centre for Telecommunications Development (CTD)
Centre pour le développement des télécommunications
Centro para el Desarrollo de las Telecomunicaciones
July 1985, Geneva (Switzerland), by Resolution No 929 of ITU Administrative Council, within the framework of International Telecommunication Union (ITU), following the recommendation of Independent Commission for World-Wide Telecommunications Development. Ceased to exist 31 Dec 1991, CTD functions having been integrated into the structure of Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT).
Provide a new multilateral focal point for the strengthening and expansion of the scope and extent of advisory services and technical support to developing countries with a view to remedying, through innovative efforts, the imbalance in the distribution of telecommunications in the world.Available with paid subscription only.
Collection, analysis and dissemination of information on telecommunication policies and experience. Advises developing countries on creating and operating an effective telecommunication system. Provides specific advisory services. Organizes seminars and symposia.
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English, French, Spanish.
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Information ServicesAvailable with paid subscription only.
Members in 20 countries
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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