6 per cent stake acquisition of Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) for $3.
What does EMOB stand for?
EMOB stands for Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (stock symbol)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The third spot went to France Telecom who bought a $973 million stake in Egyptian Company for Mobile Services.
Shares of Commercial International Bank, Egypt's largest publicly traded bank, were down almost 3 percent while shares of the Egyptian Company for Mobile Services, or Mobinil, the country's largest mobile phone service provider by subscribers, dropped over 1.
Mobinil, the trade name of the Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (ECMS), paid $130 million to major shareholder Orascom Telecom for Internet service provider LinkDotNet in the quarter.
The companies said late Wednesday the agreement reached with the help of Egypt's communications ministry A1/2will effectively bring to an end all disputese related to the Egyptian Company for Mobile Services.