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MTN walks away from Ethiopia despite mobile money permit clause

Ethiopia has formally announced that it will launch the process to award a second new mobile licence later this month, including a permit to offer financial services. But despite the removal of what has been widely seen as a key stumbling block in the liberalisation of the country’s telecoms market, African telco giant MTN is reportedly no longer interested.

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Bharti said to be sniffing around RCom

Bharti Airtel is reportedly eyeing up Reliance Communications spectrum assets, which are currently being sold by lenders who are trying to recover Rs45,000cr in debt.

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