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Telecoms Maroc Telcom pays record fine for anti-competitive practices

Sentenced in January by the National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT) to pay a fine of MAD3.3 billion (USD330 million) for anti-competitive practices, the Cherifian operator Maroc Telecom announced in a press release published on April 20 that it had settled the said penalty. The telecoms group, which is controlled by the Emirati operator Etisalat, is thus settling its dispute with Inwi, the country’s third largest operator, which had filed a complaint against it in 2016.

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