Bond issue: gamble pays off for Sonatel (Orange)

Bond issue: gamble pays off for Sonatel (Orange)

Our sources tell us that the Orange subsidiary has surpassed its initial target and is now considering closing the operation ahead of schedule.

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            ▪ Bond issue: gamble pays off for Sonatel (Orange)

▪ Our sources tell us that the Orange subsidiary has surpassed its initial target and is now considering closing the operation ahead of schedule.

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09/07/2020 at 15h59, by Aurélie Benoit

Launched on 15 June, the bond issue by Sonatel, the Orange group’s West Africa subsidiary, appears to have been worth the gamble. And earlier than originally planned, according to Jeune Afrique Business+ sources. 

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