Syria postpones mobile licence auction due to civil unrest

26 April 2011

The Syrian government has been forced to postpone the auction of its third GSM mobile licence due to the political uprisings in the country.

There have not been reports as to when the auction might be rescheduled due to the uncertain state of the country with ongoing anti-government protests...

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