Nawras signs two more credit facilities

20 February 2013

Omani telco Nawras has signed two additional bilateral revolving credit facility agreements totalling $51.8 million with a three-year tenure.

The investments will be used by the operator, which is majority owned by Qtel, for...

Topics: Oman, Nawras, Qtel



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