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16 Mar, 2015
16 Mar, 2015
Etisalat is the Middle East’s leading telecommunications operator and one of the largest corporations in the six Arab countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, with a market value of approximately AED 90 billion (US$24.5 billion) and annual revenues of over AED 39 billion (US$ 10.6 billion).
A multinational, blue-chip organization, Etisalat now has operations in 19 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
In May 2014, Etisalat successfully completed its acquisition deal of shareholding 53% of Itissalat Al Magrib “Maroc Telecom”. The deal saw Etisalat expand its services to nearly 800 million people across 19 countries throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
It marked the largest and most complex deal this year, and will completely change the telecoms landscape in the markets in which Maroc Telecom currently operates, including Morocco, Gabon, Mali, Burkina Faso and Ivory Cost.
It is the largest cross-border M&A transaction in the MENA region and the third largest telecom transaction in the MEA region of all time.
For nearly 40 years, Etisalat has helped the UAE sustain a position as the region’s main hub for business, trade and foreign investment by providing reliable and high quality services.
It is one of the global telecommunication industry’s innovation pacesetters, powering its home country, the UAE, into the top ten nations list by providing the latest technologies first. In 2010 for example, thanks to Etisalat, the UAE was one of the first five countries in the world with a 3D television service, known as eLife, offered across its fiber optic network.
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