CC sees Oger Telecom through its acquisition of Turk Telecom

Hoare, Steve
September 2005
Lawyer;9/12/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 35, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the multibillion dollar deal Clifford Chance LLP has bagged for Oger Telecom. Oger Telecom has acquired 55 per cent stake in Türk Telekom AS, Turkey's national telecom operator. The increased deal flow will come as a relief to Clifford Chance's beleaguered communications, media and technology team. Oger Telecom is an investment vehicle controlled by Saudi Oger, Telecom Italia SpA and British Telecom PLC's international consulting arm BT Teleconsult. Clifford Chance won the work through the relationship its Dubai office has with the Saudi investment house.


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