SPOTLIGHT: Large operators vye for Serbian operator

Some large operators are in a bidding war for a 70-percent stake in Mobi 63, Serbia's government-owned mobile operator. Companies such as Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom and TeliaSonera are vying for ownership. The Serbian government is privatizing Mobi 63 and set a starting bid of $1.03 billion. Article

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