The World Telecommunications Development Conference staged in Buenos Aires a couple of weeks ago, announced a Study Group 2, to propose technical offerings to improve access to basic telecommunications services in rural and remote areas of developing countries. The Confernence has already proposed a study group to address general telecommunications evolution through 1995 to 1997. The group is to study and analyse the implications of introducing new technologies and identify those applications that may be particularly relevant to developing countries. It is also to serve as a worldwide forum for the exchange of information and discussion of issues relating to the development and management of human resources, synthesising sources of information on models, guides, tools and programmes which could constitute the basis of models on policies and procedures, says the Conference.
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