BY GIFF JOHNSON
Marshall Islands Correspondent
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — The Marshall Islands government and its monopoly telecommunications provider are faced with major decisions if the government wants to improve telecommunications delivery and use in the Marshall Islands, says a new draft report on the situation.
Funded by the World Bank and conducted at the request of the Ministry of Finance, a series of new draft reports were issued in mid-April to stimulate comments and feedback from users of National Telecommunication Authority services in the Marshall Islands. “Virtually all NTA users surveyed … observed that most of . . .
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