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Djibouti Telecom, Telkom Kenya and others planning $133m Indian Ocean project

Djibouti Telecom, Telkom Kenya and others planning $133m Indian Ocean project

The fibre optic cable specialist intends to grow by riding the wave of increased internet traffic in Africa.

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            ▪ Djibouti Telecom, Telkom Kenya and others planning $133m Indian Ocean project

▪ The fibre optic cable specialist intends to grow by riding the wave of increased internet traffic in Africa.

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27/08/2020 at 19h11, by Valentin Grille, updated 31/08/2020

The group, led by CEO Chris Wood, former Commercial Director of Worldcom and former Vice-President at Flag Telecom, is jointly owned by 14 telecoms operators, including seven major shareholders with 9% each: Dalkom Somalia Limited, Djibouti Telecom SA, Libyan Post Telecom and IT Holding Company, Telecomunicações de Moçambique, Telkom Kenya, Uganda Telecom, and Zanzibar Telecom Public Limited Company.

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