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Ethiopia's communication Authority is now inviting applications from companies interested in taking part in the country's telecom sector.Ethiopia's communication Authority is now inviting applications from companies interested in taking part in the country's telecom sector.

Ethiopia’s telecom sector now open for interested companies

Kenya's Safaricom, France's Orange, South Africa's MTN and Zimbabwe's Econet Global have also showed an interest to bid for the right to bid in Ethiopia.Kenya's Safaricom, France's Orange, South Africa's MTN and Zimbabwe's Econet Global have also showed an interest to bid for the right to bid in Ethiopia.

Issuance of two licenses part of government's Homegrown Reform Agenda to break state monopoly in sector - Anadolu AgencyIssuance of two licenses part of government's Homegrown Reform Agenda to break state monopoly in sector - Anadolu Agency

Ethiopia invites bidders for telecom licenses

Ethiopia plans to sell 40% of the state-controlled telecommunications monopoly as the government moves to open up the industry to international operators.Ethiopia plans to sell 40% of the state-controlled telecommunications monopoly as the government moves to open up the industry to international operators.

“Well done to Babul Kheyer - an initiative by a group of women supporting up to 500 multi faith families through a regular feeding program. My appreciation also for a community that are supporting orphaned & low income families through the constant provision of essential items.”

Abiy Ahmed Ali 🇪🇹 on Twitter: "Well done to Babul Kheyer - an initiative by a group of women supporting up to 500 multi faith families through a regular feeding program. My appreciation also for a community that are supporting orphaned & low income families through the constant provision of essential items.… https://t.co/yPYJXSv4E7"

“Today I went to see for myself the wonderful work the two brothers Khalid Nesir and Mohamed Ali have been doing out of their rental home in the Bole Printing Press area, to support around one hundred vulnerable individuals during the #COVID19 crisis.”

Abiy Ahmed Ali 🇪🇹 on Twitter: "Today I went to see for myself the wonderful work the two brothers Khalid Nesir and Mohamed Ali have been doing out of their rental home in the Bole Printing Press area, to support around one hundred vulnerable individuals during the #COVID19 crisis.… https://t.co/GLNK6ucJyM"

““You never want a serious crisis to go to waste...” @RahmEmanuel Cc: @AbiyAhmedAli https://t.co/FM3rvGDAA1 via @TheNationalUAE”

Adam Aw Hirsi on Twitter: "“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste...” @RahmEmanuel Cc: @AbiyAhmedAli https://t.co/FM3rvGDAA1 via @TheNationalUAE"

Kenya's Safaricom, France's Orange, South Africa's MTN and Zimbabwe's Econet Global have also showed an interest to bid for the right to bid in Ethiopia.Kenya's Safaricom, France's Orange, South Africa's MTN and Zimbabwe's Econet Global have also showed an interest to bid for the right to bid in Ethiopia.

Ethiopia is moving ahead with its first-ever bids for telecoms licenses