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Mozambique has introduced mechanisms for protecting the various participants in the telecommunications market, in particular consumers. The Regulation on Consumer Protection in Telecommunications Service applies to TV, telephony, data, video and other operators providing telecom services for public use and/or that sell telecom equipment to consumers.
The government also approved the Regulation for the Determination of Operators with Significant Market Power. It establishes the legal framework applicable to the analysis of the telecommunications market and the intervention mechanisms the Communications Regulatory Authority can use to impose obligations, mitigate or eliminate the abuse of a dominant position in the telecom sector. It also ensures that competitive conditions which stimulate innovation are not jeopardised by telecom operators that may quickly acquire a quasi-monopoly position.Source: Telecompaper
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