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Ethiopian Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Markets 2020 - Trends & Developments Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic ...

Odessa American 08 May 2020
Key Developments National Bank opens up Ethiopia to m-money services;Ethio Telecom secures mobile network monitoring platform;Safaricom shows interest in securing a mobile licence;Government audits Ethio Telecom in preparation for privatisation, sets up a new telecom ...
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Djibouti-Somalia-Kenya submarine cable ready

Gareowe Online 11 Mar 2020
The 30 Terabit per second Dare1 is owned by a consortium of East African telecom operators who include Djibouti Telecom, Somtel, Telkom Kenya and SubCom is estimated to cost $86 million and will have a capacity per wavelength of 100Gbps ... Djibouti Telecom's director-general, ...
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In strategic Djibouti, China's foothold in Africa clear

Omaha World-Herald 19 Jan 2020
DJIBOUTI — Above ground in this tiny but strategically located country, signs of China's presence are everywhere ... The cable will connect to an Internet hub housing servers mostly run by China's state-owned telecom companies ... "The Chinese are thinking far into the long-term in Djibouti and Africa in general," said David Shinn, a former U.S.
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Ericsson pays $1bn to settle corruption probe

TechRadar 09 Dec 2019
The Swedish telecoms giant had been accused of a “campaign of corruption” in five countries – Djibouti, China, Vietnam, Indonesia and Kuwait - lasting between 2000 and 2016 ... This work will never stop.”. Ericsson will be glad the incident has been resolved as it steps up its efforts in the 5G telecoms equipment market.
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Djibouti: Telecoms Vendor Ericsson's Foreign Corrupt Practices Fine of Around U.S.$1 Billion Puts the Spotlight ...

All Africa 01 Oct 2019
London -Every few years a corruption case under the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act blows the lid off Africa's often seamy way of doing business in the telecoms sector. Russell Southwood looks at the recent case of Ericsson and looks at how Chinese vendors do things ....
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