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CSquared raises US$25mn in new equity investment

B & FT Online 16 Nov 2023
This involves expanding the digital broadband infrastructure footprint in all our current markets – Uganda, Ghana, Liberia, Kenya, DRC & Togo, as well as expanding into new markets in the near-future.

China and Guyana forge ties for a bright future

ECNS 18 Oct 2023
In addition to investing in telecommunication businesses in Guyana, Chinese companies, such as Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, have helped countries like Guyana, Pakistan, Egypt, Uganda and ...

China to enhance digital ties with more countries

China Daily 12 Jul 2023
... Corp have helped countries like Pakistan, Egypt, Uganda, Mozambique, Guyana, Kenya and Laos to build internet-connected classrooms, national broadband, e-government networks and e-commerce platforms.

PH ranks 55th in world digital well-being

The Manila Times 01 Oct 2022
Compared to Indonesia, the Philippines' mobile internet is 2x faster, while broadband is 3x faster ... In some countries, such as Ivory Coast and Uganda, people work an average of two weeks to earn the cheapest fixed broadband internet package.

Jordan ranks 87th globally in Digital Quality of Life

The Jordan Times 23 Sep 2022
Fixed broadband costs Jordanian citizens around 8 hours 28 minutes of their working time each month ... In some countries, such as Ivory Coast and Uganda, people work an average of 2 weeks to earn the cheapest fixed broadband Internet package.

Africa Fixed Broadband Market Statistics and Analyses Report 2022: Characteristics, Leaders, Challengers, Emergents, TMI vs ...

The Facts 20 Jun 2022
The "Africa - Fixed Broadband Market - Statistics and Analyses" report has been added to's offering. African countries showing steady progress towards fibre broadband builds ... Regional fixed broadband market overview ... Uganda.
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