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Unitel claims EUR 345 mln debt from NOS shareholder

Friday 31 July 2020 | 20:41 CET | News
Angolan operator Unitel said it has yet to receive USD 405 million (around EUR 345 million) from Unitel International Holdings, reports Publico. The company is owned by local businesswoman Isabel dos Santos and is an indirect shareholder of the Portuguese operator NOS. For its part, Unitel denies having any debts to the entrepreneur that is being investigated in Portugal and Angola. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NOS / Unitel
Countries: Angola
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