Barranquilla sets up Caribetel

Friday 25 June 2004 | 00:00 CET | News
Sociedad de Telecomunicaciones del Caribe (Caribetel) is a new public services firm set up by the Barranquilla city council, Colombia, under a govt decree. The company will replace EDT, and will offer telecoms services. The council will aim to invite the private sector to tie up with Caribetel, to provide the COP15 bil required investment. The new firm will be a public/private firm, with the council owning 51%.

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Countries: Colombia
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