HONG KONG/ABUJA - THE planned US$2.5 billion (S$3.15 billion) sale of Nigeria's former state telecoms monopoly was thrown into doubt on Thursday when China Unicom denied involvement in bidding in the African country's biggest privatisation. But the small Nigerian operator involved in the consortium named as the preferred bidder for Nitel this week said China's No. 2 carrier had only shown ...
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Added February 18, 2010
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