Nigeria: Blue Label arbitration delayed

From IT News Africa news alert Wed Jan 16 2013, 01:53:06

Nigeria is starting 2013 in telecommunications controversy after a case against Telkom's former Nigeria subsidiary Multi-Links by South Africa's Blue Label Telecoms for $481 million in arbitration...

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