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NII Holdings files composition with creditors in U.S.  
Nextel parent company asked yesterday for Chapter 11 protection, which will allow it to restructure its debt --US$5.8 billion-- if it manages to turn ...
Mexico | Mergers
América Móvil would be offering assets on the east coast for US$ 17.5 billion  
According to “Bloomberg”, Carlos Slim’s company would have contacted AT&T, Softbank, Bell Canada and China Mobile, among others, to offer its...
Paraguay | Mobile
Personal claims again Tigo and Vox to be ruled out from 4G tender
The manager of the company, Francisco Gutierrez, said in a statement to "Última Hora" that Personal and Claro are at a disadvantage compared to their ...

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Global | Regulation 16-09-14
The ITU's "Green Week", to Be Held in China, Will Be Dedicated to Smart Sustainable Cities  
The ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector is organizing the fourth Green Standards Week from 22 to 26 September in Beijing, China.
Argentina | Mobile 16-09-14
Concise definitions of Secom to clarifications on tender requested by companies
Payment in dollars and the way to get them is one of the nodal issues. Government understands that the U.S currency shall be provided by parent companies.
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