Etisalat secures approvals to raise foreign ownership limit to 49%

Wednesday 8 September 2021 | 10:08 CET | News
Etisalat group announced that it secured the necessary approvals to allow foreigners to own 49 percent of the UAE operator's share capital. The operator said the plan to increase the foreign ownership limit has come into effect following the relevant approvals.

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Categories: General
Companies: Du / Etisalat
Countries: United Arab Emirates
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