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On July 2, Veon said it would sell its stake in Italian mobile network Wind Tre for 2.45 billion euros in an exit from Western Europe to pare debt and to take full ownership of its Pakistan and Bangladesh businesses
The financial performance of Multinet has been deteriorating over the last few years with the internet service provider (ISP) amassing losses of Rs754 million for the financial year ended December 31st, 2017
The projects total cost is projected at $44 million and 85 percent of the loan has been provided by Exim Bank of China at a discounted rate
Global Telecom’s capital amounts to EGP 2.7 billion distributed over 4.7 billion shares at a par value of EGP 0.58 per share.
Shares of China’s No.2 telecommunications equipment maker have cratered 60 percent, wiping out more than $11 billion of the company’s market valuation, since trading resumed earlier this month following a two-month hiatus
ZTE, which makes smartphones and networking gear, agreed to pay a $1 billion penalty and put $400 million in escrow as part of a settlement it reached on June 7 with the Commerce Department to regain access to the U.S. market, which it needs for components.
The Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) announced on Thursday said that the number of cellular service subscribers across Pakistan have crossed 150 million. PTA Chairman Muhammad...
ZTE was crippled when the United States imposed a seven-year supplier ban on it in April after it broke an agreement to discipline executives who conspired to evade U.S. sanctions on Iran and North Korea
In case of this tax remaining suspended in its entirety for the next financial year 2018-19, the overall accumulated losses in terms of revenue across Pakistan would jump to Rs123 billion
On Wednesday, ZTE shares plunged a record 41 percent in Hong Kong and 10 percent in Shenzhen, wiping out almost $3 billion off embattled ZTE’s market value, as it resumed trading after being suspended for almost two months due to the U.S. ban
As per the SC directives, this relief will last for 15 days after which the FBR and cellular companies would submit a mechanism to the apex court for collecting taxes via mobile phone top-up cards
The Hong Kong-listed shares of ZTE slid as much as 41 percent to HK$14.98, their lowest in a year, following a two-month trading suspension.
Before the apex court decision, provinces were collecting around 19.5 percent tax on a prepaid phone card, so their revenue collection losses would touch Rs75 billion annually
Under the settlement, ZTE will pay a total civil penalty of $1.7 billion, including $361 million already paid as part of a March 2017 agreement, the $1 billion fine and the $400 million that will go into escrow