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Orange Belgium CEO steps down

Monday 4 July 2016 | 20:14 CET | News
Orange Belgium chief executive Jean Marc Harion, will step down on 31 August, the company said, adding that a new CEO will be appointed shortly. Harion announced on his Twitter account that he expects to take over as CEO at Orange Egypt on 1 September.

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Categories: General
Companies: MobiNil / Mobistar / Orange Egypt / Twitter
Countries: Belgium / Egypt
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