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The telecoms business in Ethiopia, a country with a population of more than 100 million people and one of the region’s biggest economies, is considered lucrative and is expected to draw significant investor interest. ADDIS ABABA: France’s telecom firmOrange has submitted an expression of interest to participate in the ongoing partial privatisation of Ethiopia’s Ethio Telecom firm, Ethiopia’s ambassador...

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Global Partnership for Ethiopia has incorporated and registered its local company Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia PLC after it was granted a telecommunications operator license. According to the Ethiopian Communications Authority, the Telco also has 45 days to incorporate a local company and execute the Provisional License Agreement executed by the parent company within three working days....

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The Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) has confirmed it has now issued the country’s new communications licence. In a press release announcing the development, the regulator noted that, pursuant to Articles 40 and 41 of the Tender Regulations, the designated licensee – Global Partnership for Ethiopia – had been required to incorporate a local company within...

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The Ethiopian Communications Authority has issued the Final License to Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia PLC following its incorporation as a local Telecommunications Operating Company by its parent company, Global Partnership for Ethiopia, a consortium comprising Safaricom, Vodacom, Vodafone, Sumitomo Corporation and CDC Group, who has been designated as a provisional licensee for the nationwide full-service Telecommunications...