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Liberty to issue shares to reduce obligations -

Liberty to issue shares to reduce obligationsInquirer.netLiberty specifically noted that its board approved the issuance of 431.2 million “unissued shares 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 ...

Frontier Markets to Discover: What Really Matters - Arabian Gazette

Arabian GazetteFrontier Markets to Discover: What Really MattersArabian GazetteQatar Telecom's (QTEL) Ooredoo won one of the two Myanmar's telecoms licenses. Last year, Myanmar was one of the world's last untapped telecommunications markets and now it is expected to become Ooredoo's second biggest market after Indonesia.and more »

CHANGES: New CEO at Qatar Investment Authority - Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute

Sovereign Wealth Fund InstituteCHANGES: New CEO at Qatar Investment AuthoritySovereign Wealth Fund InstituteCurrently, Sheikh Abdullah is chairman of telecommunications firm Ooredoo (formely Qtel Group), which competes with Zain and Vodafone in the region. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to ...and more »

Short-term debt issue - BusinessWorld Online Edition

Short-term debt issueBusinessWorld Online Editionled company said the shares will be issued to the following shareholders: 431.2 million to Vega Telecoms, Inc., 287.32 million to Qtel West Bay Holding S.P.C. and 161.48 million to White Dawn Solution Holdings, Inc. The shares were priced at P1 each.

Best Qatar VPN - VPN Creative

VPN CreativeBest Qatar VPNVPN CreativeOoredoo (formerly QTel), one of Qatar's telecommunications providers was reportedly having the means of spying on messages sent through the other ISPs. Ooredoo admitted to censoring online pornography and political criticisms but denied spying ...

Qatar Telecom (Qtel) is changing its brand name - Al-Arabiya

Qatar Telecom (Qtel) is changing its brand nameAl-ArabiyaQatar Telecom (Qtel) will change its brand name to Ooredoo, the company said in a statement, bringing in the change across it operations in the Middle East, Africa and Asia over the next two years. It said all operations in which it owns a controlling ...Qtel rebrands as Ooredoo in major global initiativeGulf TimesQtel rebrands as 'Ooredoo'Mobile World Live (blog)Qtel's rebranding: calling Dr DreFinancial Times (blog)The National -PR Newswire (press release)all 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 -Al-Arabiyaall 180 news articles »

Vivendi Pursues Etisalat Talks as Qtel Withdraws Maroc Bid - Bloomberg

Vivendi Pursues Etisalat Talks as Qtel Withdraws Maroc BidBloombergVivendi SA (VIV) is in talks to sell its stake in Maroc Telecom SA to Emirates Telecommunications Corp. (ETISALAT) after Qatar Telecom QSC withdrew its offer. Qatar Telecom, which sells its products under the brand name Ooredoo, is withdrawing its ...and more »

You are here: HomeQtel increases Tunisiana stake to 90% - Global Telecoms Business

You are here: HomeQtel increases Tunisiana stake to 90%Global Telecoms BusinessQtel chairman Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohamed bin Saud al-Thani said: "We are pleased to have been offered the opportunity to further increase our shareholding in Tunisiana, an outstanding company which we believe will continue to deliver long term value ...Qtel ups Tunisiana holding to 90%Telecoms.comQtel buys further $360m stake in Tunisian telcoTrade Arabiaall 7 news articles »

Qtel takes majority holding in Asiacell - Financial Times

Qtel takes majority holding in AsiacellFinancial Times“This acquisition is in line with our long-term strategy of active portfolio development through which we seek to increase our ownership in companies with significant potential,” said Qtel's chairman Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al-Thani.and more »