Monday, October 5, 2009

Etisalt Telecom

'Dead man' scam nets Emirati millions
Maktoob Business
In addition, he obtained 1.2 million dirhams ($327000) by fooling a broker that he owned 71400 Etisalat shares belonging to the dead man. ...
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Etisalat, Orascom and Batelco in running to buy Meditel stake
Tehran Times
A report by three Moroccan dailies has said that UAE-based Etisalat, Bahrain-based Batelco and Egypt's Orascom are all interested in buying a stake in ...
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Fitch downgrades banks in UAE
Financial Times
The credit ratings agency also downgraded two important Dubai-based companies, and put Etisalat, the UAE's dominant telecoms company, on review for a ...
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Etisalat invests $25bn in Nigeria
The Punch
By Sunday Aborisade, Ibadan Mobile Telecoms Company, Etisalat Nigeria on Thursday explained that, the company had invested $2bn into its network to ensure ...
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University students get scholarship
Etisalat's Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Evans, who was in Ibadan to present the scholarship to the beneficiaries, said it is part of the ...
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