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|| Abu Dhabi investors sold their Bangladesh telecom stake

dhabi-india.jpgIndian telecom Bharti Airtel is seeking to buy Bangladesh's fourth-largest mobile phone operator Warid from its Abu Dhabi owners, regulators said Wednesday - according to AFP.

The Dhabi Group, which fully owns Warid Telecom, has sought approval from the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission for the sale of a 70 percent stake in the company, Commission chairman Zia Ahmed told AFP.

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