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DRC national satellite operator Renatelsat signs public-private partnership with AUFS

Tuesday 29 May 2018 | 10:59 CET | News
Democratic Republic of Congo's national satellite operator Renatelsat has signed a public-private partnership with AUFS (Africa Union Financial Services), reports Scoop RDC, quoting Emery Okundji, the country's minister for posts and telecommunications. The agreement will enable Renatelsat to finance new equipment as part of a Build Operate Transfer (BOT) contract. The new funds will support the operator's plans to deploy the necessary infrastructure for services based on capacity leased on Belarusian satellite Belintersat-1. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Renatelsat
Countries: Congo, The Democratic Republic of the
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