China

  • 26 Jan 2007

 

The world's biggest cell phone company China Mobile has agreed to buy Pakistan's Paktel in its first overseas acquisition. The firm will pay $284m to buy the 89% stake from Sweden's Millicom.

This will allow the Chinese company to gain a foothold in a mobile market that has almost ...

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