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Revealed: Tony Blair's lobbying for Palestinian telecoms deal - ExaroNews

ExaroNewsRevealed: Tony Blair's lobbying for Palestinian telecoms dealExaroNewsTony Blair prioritised a lucrative telecommunications contract as part of his role as Middle East envoy, a declassified confidential letter reveals. The deal for a mobile-telephone network for the Palestinian market was sought by Qtel, a company mostly ...and more »

Access to Mobile Phones Opens Opportunities for Women in Burma - Triple Pundit (blog)

Triple Pundit (blog)Access to Mobile Phones Opens Opportunities for Women in BurmaTriple Pundit (blog)Ooredoo (formerly Qtel Group), based in Qatar, launched commercial services throughout Burma in 2014. It has partnered with the mobile telephony trade association GSMA to launch social enterprise programs and apps to focus on women's health issues ...

Liberty to launch Internet service -

Liberty to launch Internet serviceInquirer.netLiberty's board last year approved the issuance of 431.2 million of “unlisted preferred shares” to SMC's Vega Telecom's Inc., 287.32 million shares to Qtel West Bay Holdings S.P.C. and 161.48 million shares to White Dawn Solution Holdings Inc. The ...and more »

Toxic legacy catches up with this lost leader - Herald Scotland

Toxic legacy catches up with this lost leaderHerald ScotlandAs an envoy he helped to secure mobile phone frequencies from the Israelis for the benefit of a firm controlled by the Qatari telecoms giant QTEL. That concern is a big client of JP Morgan. The former Prime Minister also promoted a $6 billion gas field ...and more »

Ooredoo Profits Tumble Despite Sub Growth - Light Reading

Ooredoo Profits Tumble Despite Sub GrowthLight ReadingFormerly known as Qatar Telecom QSC (Qtel) , Ooredoo saw net profit fall year-on-year by 17% in 2014, to 2.13 billion Qatari riyals ($580 million), and by 89% in the last three months of the year, to just QAR55 million ($15.1 million). Full-year ...and more »

GCC bonds: Still a Safe Haven? - Zawya (registration)

Zawya (registration)GCC bonds: Still a Safe Haven?Zawya (registration)"We recommend cutting exposure to low-spread credits with negative earnings catalysts such as Taqa (Abu Dhabi) and Qtel (Qatar); credits that outperformed over the past 12 months such as Mubadala; and higher-beta names such as Damac," the bank ...and more »

Cisco: transformation through innovation - Il Legno Storto (Blog)

Il Legno Storto (Blog)Cisco: transformation through innovationIl Legno Storto (Blog)Provider come AT & T, Deutsche Telekom, Telecom Italia, Vodafone, Telefonica, Telstra, EE del Regno Unito, Qtel del Qatar, Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Etisalat dell'Egitto, XL Axiata dell'Indonesia, e Equinix hanno annunciato implementazioni ...and more »

Qtel rebrands as 'Ooredoo' - Mobile World Live (blog)

Qtel rebrands as 'Ooredoo'Mobile World Live (blog)All operating companies in which Qtel owns a majority interest will adopt the new brand over the next two years. This will see the phasing out of local brands such as Qtel in Qatar, Indosat in Indonesia, Wataniya in Kuwait, Nawras in Oman, Tunisiana in ...Qtel rebrands as Ooredoo in major global initiativeGulf TimesQatar Telecom (Qtel) is changing its brand nameAl-ArabiyaQtel's rebranding: calling Dr DreFinancial Times (blog)The National -Total Telecom -ArabianBusiness.comall 14 news articles »

Qtel boosts stake in Wataniya to 92% - Financial Times

Qtel boosts stake in Wataniya to 92%Financial TimesWith Qatar's market almost saturated – each of the emirate's 1.8m residents already holds almost two mobile lines on average – Qtel desperately needs to expand elsewhere. The company is adding new markets to its operations in 16 countries spanning the ...Qtel raises Wataniya stake to 92.1%; Kuwaiti sovereign fund offloads entire ...TeleGeographyQtel hikes stake in Wataniya Telecom to 92.1 pct Qatari telco to pay KD 519.1 ...Arab Times Kuwait English DailyQtel Says Stake Increase in Wataniya Telecom Positive for RatingBloombergIT News Africa -Reutersall 180 news articles »

Vivendi Pursues Etisalat Talks as Qtel Withdraws Maroc Bid - Bloomberg

Vivendi Pursues Etisalat Talks as Qtel Withdraws Maroc BidBloombergShares of Vivendi SA climbed as high as 17.44 euros in February since Chief Executive Officer Jean-Bernard Levy was ousted in June 2012, though they have since pared their gains. Photographer: Fabrice Dimier/Bloomberg ...Ooredoo withdraws bid for Vivendi's Maroc TelecomReuters UKall 16 news articles »