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Orange exec sees growth in Africa as guaranteed

Monday 11 January 2016 | 09:29 CET | News
A business that invests in Africa cannot go wrong, according to Marc Rennard, Orange's international executive director for Africa, the Middle East and Asia, who added that if the company has a sound business model, it faces little risk. He added that "At Orange we went through a considerable transition in mobile telephony. We now have 115 million customers [in Africa]."

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