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Govt set to liberalise telecom gateway

Govt set to liberalise telecom gateway | TO BE ANALYZED | Scoop.it
Statement from the government, read that the need to liberalize the gateway in order to get rid of the monopoly exercised by Sierratel and enable a Public-Private Partnership for a more efficient Telecom industry.
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African telecom investment opportunities attract global interest

African telecom investment opportunities attract global interest | TO BE ANALYZED | Scoop.it
Telecom CEOs, CFOs and CSOs, investment bankers, investors and specialist advisers are gathering at the TMT Finance & Investment Africa Conference (www.tmtfinance.com/africa) to debate new growth strategies, investment and ...
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Myanmar to reintroduce visas on arrival next month for businessmen

Myanmar to reintroduce visas on arrival next month for businessmen | TO BE ANALYZED | Scoop.it
Myanmar to reintroduce visas on arrival next month for businessmen, conference ...Washington PostYANGON, Myanmar — Businessmen and conference attendees will be granted visas on arrival in Myanmar from Friday.
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Millennium Selects Airspan 4G Network for Central African Republic

Millennium Selects Airspan 4G Network for Central African Republic | TO BE ANALYZED | Scoop.it
Millennium Selects Airspan 4G Network for Central African RepublicMarketWatch (press release)BOCA RATON, FL, May 30, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Airspan Networks Inc., a leading provider of broadband wireless access networks, announced today that...
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Qtel eyes Libya, Syria Acquisitions

Qtel eyes Libya, Syria Acquisitions | TO BE ANALYZED | Scoop.it
Qtel Eyes Libya, Syria Acquisitions Despite UnrestWall Street Journal (blog)By Asa Fitch ISTANBUL — Qatar Telecom, or Qtel, is interested in acquisitions in Libya and Syria as it extends its geographical reach and focuses on new data and broadband...
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