China Telecom Europe targets Central Asian countries

29 November 2012

China Telecom Europe (CTE) is helping bring connectivity to Central Asian countries after extending its network to Kyrgyzstan.

The subsidiary of China Telecom plans to follow this up by extending its network to Turkmenistan before the end of the year.

The move will help bring international connectivity to the Central Asian region, allowing greater access to markets in...

Topics: China Telecom Europe, CTE, Kyrgyzstan, central Asia, Yan Ou

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