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An investigation by the government of Tanzania has alleged that Bharti Airtel’s 60% ownership of the country’s second largest mobile operator by subscribers is illegal, writes Bloomberg. According to a... more
Investment group Searchlight Capital Partners is acquiring a 49% stake in the Italian fixed-wireless ISP EOLO from existing shareholders Luca Spada and Elmec. According to a statement from EOLO, the... more
An unconfirmed report on Russian news site CNews says that Sweden’s Telia Company has agreed a deal to sell its controlling stake in Kazakhstan’s mobile market leader Kcell, with state-backed... more
The Oman National Investments Development Company (Tanmia) has finalised a deal to acquire a 32% stake in fibre-optic service provider Awasr. Times of Oman reports that under the deal, Tanmia... more
Tele2 Group and Com Hem Holding have jointly announced that their boards of directors have agreed to combine Tele2 Sweden and Com Hem to create a leading integrated connectivity provider... more
Lawyers representing Ukrainian conglomerate SCM’s owner Rinat Akhmetov have launched an appeal against the decision of the District Court of Nicosia (Cyprus) to freeze assets worth over USD820 million, the... more
Sint Maarten-based fixed and mobile operator TelEm Group has confirmed that its cable TV/broadband subsidiary Sint Maarten Cable TV ceased to exist as a company on 31 December 2017, with... more
Netherlands-based multi-country telecoms group Altice NV (also known as Altice Group) has announced that its board of directors has approved plans for the separation of Altice USA from Altice NV... more
Italy’s Economic Development Minister has renewed calls for the country’s incumbent operator Telecom Italia (TIM) to spin off its network operations. Carlo Calenda is quoted by Bloomberg as saying: ‘My... more
UK-based Vodafone Group has offered to consolidate its two international arbitration cases against the Indian government, if New Delhi agrees to the move. The Economic Times writes that Vodafone has... more