Telemach demands EUR 28.8 million in damages from Telekom Slovenije

Tuesday 3 August 2021 | 16:24 CET | News
Telekom Slovenije announced it has received from the Ljubljana District Court a lawsuit from Telemach for the payment of EUR 28.8 million in damages with default interest from 1 June 2021 until payment.

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Categories: General
Companies: Telekom Slovenije / Telemach
Countries: Slovenia
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