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Oman-based telecom company Omantel and the Singapore government's investment arm, Temasek Holdings, have expressed interest in acquiring a stake in Flag Telecom. Oman-based telecom company Omantel ...
Britain's Vodafone Group Plc is reportedly interested in increasing its presence in India and China, where it holds minority stakes in local operators. Britain's Vodafone Group Plc is reportedly ...
78. Bid to buy out PCCW rejected
Finance - December 15, 2006
Minority shareholders in holding company Pacific Century Regional Developments (PCRD) have rejected an approximately $1.2 billion buy-out bid of PCCW, PCRD's telecom arm. Minority shareholders ...
79. Mobile-8 Telecom launches IPO
Finance - December 15, 2006
Indonesian wireless operator Mobile-8 Telecom listed 19.9 per cent of its equity or 3.9 billion shares at approximately $0.02 per share on the Jakarta Stock Exchange. Indonesian wireless operator Mobile-8 ...
JP Morgan Chase increases stake in China Telecom (China) JP Morgan Chase has increased its shareholding in China Telecom to 7.21 per cent or 1 billion shares from the earlier 6.92 per cent. JP Morgan ...
81. Sri Lanka Telecom announces financial results
Finance - December 15, 2006
Sri Lanka Telecom announces financial results (Sri Lanka) Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) has recorded a 55 per cent increase in profits to Rs 3.87 billion for the first nine months ended September 30, 2006, compared ...
Idea Cellular, the fifth largest cellular company in India with a subscriber base of 10.36 million across 11 circles (as of September 2006), will soon visit the capi- tal market with its initial public ...
83. Govind Das Gaiha, CMD, TCIL
People - December 15, 2006
At the time of joining the Indian Telecom Service, Govind Das Gaiha had no idea that he would end up working in a pioneering and dizzyingly fast-moving sector that would revolu- tionise communication when ...
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