Alcatel-Lucent confirms China TD-LTE deal; Vodafone Italy picks a new CEO

> Alcatel-Lucent confirmed it won an 11 per cent share of China Mobile's TD-LTE contract. Article

> Vodafone's Vodacom confirmed it is in talks to buy South African ISP Neotel for a potential $590 million. Article

> Etisalat extends talks over the purchase of Vivendi's 53 per cent stake in Maroc Telecom to the end of October. Article

> If Telecom Italia CEO Franco Bernabe quits this week, his successor will have a tough job ahead. Article

> Indian authorities have frozen some of Nokia's assets in a tax dispute, the Finnish company said. Article

> Telenor predicts a fivefold increase in mobile phone subscriptions in Myanmar by the end of 2017. Article

> Vodafone Italy named Aldo Bisio, formerly CEO of Ariston Thermo, as its new CEO to replace Paolo Bertoluzzo, who is taking on a wider role in the Vodafone group. Article

And finally... Huawei is sticking with its plan to keep its CEOs fresh--by changing them every six months. Article

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