The turbulent history of MENA tower transactions

Which deals have come and gone and which will cross the finish line?

Read this article to learn:

  • The factors that have held back tower transactions in MENA
  • Tower sale processes that have been announced and cancelled and the reasons behind the decisions
  • Attitudes of the region’s major operators towards working with towercos and how this may impact future strategy
  • Deals that are expected to close and the knock on effect this will have in the market

With the closure of MENA’s first major tower transaction looking imminent with Zain Group’s sale of 1,700 Kuwaiti towers to IHS Towers on track to be finalised by early 2019, TowerXchange look back on the tower deals that have come and gone in MENA, exploring factors that have contributed to the decisions and examining what…

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