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|| Sahara International Ventures acquired majority stake in an ISP

The investment firm Sahara International Ventures announced acquiring a majority stake in Sahara Net, an Internet Service Provider in Saudi Arabia, for an undisclosed figure.

Sahara International Ventures, which is focused on acquiring small broadband assets in selected developing countries, is a joint venture between Belgacom, the Belgian telecom operator and Panthers Investments.

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