International Telecommunication Union


The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the United Nations specialised agency for telecommunications. The purposes of ITU are to maintain and extend international co-operation for the improvement and rational use of telecommunications in all kinds, to promote the development of technical facilities and their most efficient use of telecommunications services, increasing their usefulness and making them available to the public.

ITU continued to work actively at the regional level promoting technical co-operation between developing countries on issues relating to telecommunications. At the Thai national level the ITU continues to support the Royal Thai Government with the regulatory framework for the telecommunications industry.




Workshop conducted in the area of Technical Co-operation between Developing Countries.

Transfer up-dated ITU software to RTG technology institutions.

Specialised workshop on Network Strategy and Use of Computer Tools for Telecommunication Network Design.

Strengthened knowledge of lessons learned of software tools.

Steering Committee for Centre of Excellence for Asia and the Pacific.

Agreement among government departments, private sector, training and research institutions and regional organisations to promote e-learning.

Workshop on Regional Telecom Price Benchmarking Project conducted.

Enhanced ability of national telecom professionals to decide, undertake and analyse international price-benchmarking.









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