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Vol 41 No 18

Published 15th September 2000


A bell rings

A multinational part-owned by the World Bank's International Finance Corporation is making a deal with Sudan Telecom (Sudatel), a majority of whose shares are controlled by the National Islamic Front government. British- and Netherlands-based MSI Cellular (Mobile Systems International) announced on 31 May it had 'acquired a 60 per cent stake in Mobitel, Sudan, from Nile Waters Investment Company', through a share swap.

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