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Orange seals the deal in Romania

French telecoms group Orange has completed its acquisition of a controlling stake Telekom Romania Communications (TKR).

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.

Eurobites: Pain in Spain punches hole in Orange’s Q1

Also in today’s EMEA regional results-fest round-up: Telefónica’s Q2 boosted by Virgin Media O2 merger and Telxius deal; BT’s fiscal Q1 dented by corporate and public sector struggles; Cellnex puts in a towering performance in H1.

Orange wants a stake in Ethio Telecom

Orange has formally declared its interest in buying into Ethio Telecom, almost three months after it declined to participate in the sale of new telecoms licences in the country.

European operators play the green card with smartphones

Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica, Telia, and Vodafone jointly start Eco Rating labelling scheme to score how sustainable mobile phones are, aiming to encourage device makers and device buyers to be more environmentally minded.

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