SMI sells Myanmar Infrastructure Group for $12.7mn to Hong Kong’s Shining Star International

COO on market realities, valuations, and future opportunities in Myanmar for towercos

Read this article to learn:

  • Unique and common challenges in Myanmar 

  • Valuation considerations for towercos in Myanmar 

  • What Shining Star is buying from MIG
  • MNO rollout strategies and focus
  • Co-location opportunities offered by new operator

Tony Pretorius was formerly CTO with Helios Towers Africa and joined Myanmar Infrastructure Group (MIG) in January 2016. The industry veteran brings his years of experience in SSA to Myanmar, a country where a rollout that started with a lot of momentum and is now in a bit of a shakeout. Read on to learn…

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