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Installation of Europe-LatAm submarine cable to start in 2018

Monday 9 October 2017 | 20:01 CET | News
The installation of the first direct submarine fibre optic cable between Europe and Latin America will begin by early 2018 from Sines in Portugal. The project, worth EUR 170 million, will have a term of execution of 24 months, reports Correio de Manha.

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