Huawei, Thales, Orange set up video surveillance in Abidjan

Friday 25 October 2013 | 14:21 CET | News
The Cote d'Ivoire has chosen a consortium formed by Huawei Technologies, Thales and Orange to install a video surveillance system in Abidjan, La Lettre du Continent reported. The contract is worth more than USD 150 million. The consortium won against ZTE and Benin company General d'Afrique. Huawei financed initial investment through a loan from the China Exim Bank.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Huawei China / Orange / Thales / ZTE Belgium
Countries: Cote d'Ivoire
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