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Q-Free: Slovenia tender award confirmed
Telekom Austria and Telekom Slovenije to merge Macedonia units
Telekom Slovenije dd's Blicnet d.o.o. to purchase 100 per cent stake in Telrad Net d.o.o.
Telekom Slovenije dd is a Slovenia-based company engaged in the provision of telecommunication services. The Company provides fixed and mobile communications, system integration and cloud computing, construction and maintenance of telecommunication networks, digital content and services, multimedia, digital advertising. It operates under the brands Mobitel and SiOL. The Company’s services and products include business bundles, Centreks, Moneta, M vrata, among others. The Company is active in Slovenia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Gibraltar. On November 6, 2013, the Company concluded the transaction of transferring a 100% stake in the capital of PRIMO Communications SHPK to AD-Trade SHPK, Albania. The Company’s major shareholder is Slovenska odskodninska druzba dd with a stake of 72.75%.
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Kosovo will offer its loss-making state-owned telecom company to private investors by the end of the year, the country's economy minister said on Wednesday, its third attempt to sell a stake in the company in the past decade.
Slovenia should press ahead with privatisations to improve its competitiveness and reform its pension system over the medium-term, a senior official at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said on Tuesday.
Kosovo said on Friday it had won a case in a U.S. arbitration court in Washington against a German investment company that sought up to 400 million euros ($478.36 million) in compensation over the suspension of a state-owned telecom sale.
Kosovo has no plans to bail out state-owned telecoms firm PTK, the economy minister said on Tuesday, urging the company to cut costs - including salaries - to avoid bankruptcy.
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