Company president and CEO Sigve Brekke now rates conditions in the nation as “increasingly challenging for Telenor for people security, regulatory and compliance reasons.” “We have evaluated all options and believe a sale of the company is the best possible solution in this situation.” The carrier has therefore sold its operations to M1 Group for $105 million. M1 Group describes itself as “a holding company that owns, manages and oversees investments engaged in diversified businesses.” The group owns a stake in mobile carrier MTN, which operates mobile networks across Africa, the Middle East, and Afghanistan. Further reading: Myanmar’s Internet Suppression
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