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Telenors Dilemma: The 2G Spectrum Scam in India Case Solution & Answer

In 2008, the Supreme Court of India has revoked the licenses of 2G spectrum issued to many local and international companies due to significant violations of the procedure for granting the Telecom Ministry. One of the companies most affected was the communications company Telenor of Norway, which was involved in a local company in a joint venture, Uninor, which had canceled all licenses. The case offers students the opportunity to evaluate and understand the implications of the legal political risks as well as those related to the penetration of uncertain markets, such as India, and to develop appropriate measures to establish and operate successfully in adaptation strategies these markets. The case took home the importance of corporate environmental policies and legal factors affecting the proper functioning of the business. Multinational companies tend to be vulnerable to political risks, and the case of students suggests how to handle such situations.
by
Sanjeev Prashar,
Balaji Raja Adeshwar Pras
T.V. Parasaran,
Vijay Kumar Venna
Source: Ivey Publishing
10 pages.
Release: September 21, 2012. Prod #: W12206-PDF-ENG
Telenor Dilemma: The 2G Spectrum Scam in India, if a solution

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