STOCKHOLM Feb 6 Swedish businesswoman Marie
Ehrling looks set to become head the board at TeliaSonera
after owners nominated her to steady the partially
state owned firm after allegations of involment in corruption in
Telia's nomination committee said it would propose Ehrling,
the former head of Telia's Swedish operations and former deputy
CEO of state-owned airline SAS, to take over as chairwoman at
the company's annual general meeting on April 3.
Chairman Anders Narvinger has said he will step down as a
result of heavy criticism of the company and the way it bought
its 3G licence in Uzbekistan in 2007. Telia's CEO Lars Nyberg
resigned last week over the scandal.
In September, Swedish prosecutors launched an investigation
into allegations the license purchase involved bribery and money