Thursday, 21 September 2017

Around the world in 20 news stories

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Friday 04 March 16

Regulators hit the headlines in Latin America, its all-go in India, U.S. operators focus on content, and the rumour mill turns in Europe.

The newswires have been relatively quiet in Total Telecom's part of the world this week, doubtless due in part to the post-Mobile World Congress recovery period. But further afield there was action aplenty in the telecoms space, so join us for a whistlestop tour of this week's global news highlights. Latin America We begin in Latin America, where Telecom Italia finally appears to have gained approval for the sale of its controlling stake in Telecom Argentina; new regulator ENACOM also gave the go-ahead to Grupo Clarin's acquisition of Nextel Argentina from NII Holdings…

The newswires have been relatively quiet in Total Telecom's part of the world this week, doubtless due in part to the post-Mobile World Congress recovery period. But further afield there was action aplenty in the telecoms space, so join us for a whistlestop tour of this week's global news highlights. Latin America We begin in Latin America, where Telecom Italia finally appears to have gained approval for the sale of its controlling stake in Telecom Argentina; new regulator ENACOM also gave the go-ahead to Grupo Clarin's acquisition of Nextel Argentina from NII Holdings…

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