The public tender for acquiring 80% of the capital of Guiné Telecom, Guinea-Bissau’s telecommunications company majority owned by the Guinea-Bissau state, will be launched in April, according to its chairman of the board of directors, António Mendes.
The initiative results from the second phase of a project being prepared with technical assistance from the International Finance Corporation, an institution of the World Bank.
The institution began with preparing a feasibility study, which “pointed . . .