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Cinia donates Xmas gift budget to Baltic Sea Action Group

Tuesday 27 December 2016 | 11:58 CET | News
Finnish company ICT company Cinia, which runs the C-Lion1 submarine cable, said it has donated money to the Baltic Sea Action Group in lieu of Christmas gifts to its partners. The aim is to ensure cleaner water in the Baltic Sea.

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Countries: Finland
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