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  • . Large-scale wholesalers seem to enjoy economies of scale and to make better use of storage capacity than the small ones, which contributes to a higher profit margin.

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  • . lack of competition Internet economies of scale & scope vs.
  • . lack of competition Robin Whittle ( ) Thu, 16 May 1996 15:20:12 +0000 Messages sorted by: Next message: Previous message: I agree with John Hilvert's points about a competitive market being a more significant issue than the economies of scale.
  • . These are impressive economies of scale, and I don't think any company could do better at these lower data rates.
  • . Both Telstra and Optus are in the HFC business and their economies of scale will be hard to match for access at higher data rates.
  • . Obviously, monopolies are a bad thing, unless the economies of scale or some other reason dictates there is no other way of providing a service.
  • . John Houghton looked at economies of scope, and the undesirability of one company using leverage in one aspect of an industry to build market share in another.
  • . The dangers of not enforcing content/carriage separation include: * The dominant carriage company or companies using financial muscle and economies of scope to dominate (and hence restrict diversity) of "content" - the stuff that really matters.