Telecoms finance

Many questions require answers about the network infrastructure contract

MALAYSIANS deserve more answers when a huge billion ringgit project contract is awarded to a single vendor for critical network infrastructure. It is, after all, the biggest project that has been handed over to the private sector in a long time. The price has raised many eyebrows, but has managed …

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2021 Hong Kong Accounting & Finance Fair (July 28-29, 2021)

Singapore, Jul 9, 2021 – (ACN Newswire) – Returning for the 3rd edition, the Accounting & Finance Show Hong Kong 2021 will see 80 local and international accounting and finance leaders and tech experts take the virtual stage on the 28th. and July 29, 2021. The 4 key channels, Digital …

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Major industry players include Digi, Maxis, Telekom Malaysia and Axiata

Dublin, July 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Malaysia Telecommunications Industry Report – 2021-2026” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report provides revenue analysis and market forecast as well as statistics of Malaysia telecommunications industry including market size, 5 year forecast, market information, major telecom trends, 5G and …

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PiPcall Launches Complete Mobile-Only Business Phone System In One App

– The new application is optimized for use on personal mobile devices and provides access to the functionality of the desk phone as well as high quality calls made on the mobile network LONDON, July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – PiPcall, the company behind Phone-in-a-Phone (PiP) telecommunications solutions for …

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Nordic fund KLP excludes 16 companies for links to Israeli settlements in West Bank

A Jewish settler walks past Israeli settlement construction sites around Givat Zeev and Ramat Givat Zeev in the Israeli-occupied West Bank near Jerusalem on June 30, 2020. REUTERS / Ammar Awad / File Photo Motorola Solutions, Alstom among the excluded Others cover banking, telecommunications, construction Companies risk helping Israel break …

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Telecommunications department to seek advice from Trai, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi | Mumbai: The Ministry of Telecommunications (DoT) will seek input from the telecommunications regulator on Vodafone Idea’s claim that tariffs are below cost while examining the cash-strapped mobile phone company’s plea to extend the moratorium on the payment of one-year spectrum fees. Senior officials added that the government …

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How did Abiy Ahmed behave as prime minister?

Now everyone is looking to him to fix Ethiopia in the aftermath of Covid-19, a civil war and a partially boycotted election. Here are three categories by which we will classify the Prime Minister. Privatization (and partnerships) Two bidders have submitted bids for the Ethiopia telecommunications license. The country’s leaders …

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Goodbye to the OTT tax. But how did Uganda get here? – Techjaja

1st In July 2018, the Ugandan government introduced TAX Over the top (OTT) with the aim of tackling social media abuse, increasing the tax base, among other reasons. The tax met a lot of resistance and protests – most tax experts calling it a double tax that wouldn’t work and …

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US antitrust cases against Facebook dismissed by judge, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Washington: A US judge on Monday dismissed successful antitrust action against Facebook filed last year by federal and state regulators, saying authorities had failed to establish “plausibly” that the social network had created a monopoly. Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court in Washington, DC dismissed the December case …

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