Deutsche Telekom seeks local partners

Deutsche Telekom, the German telecommunications giant, met on Sunday with senior representatives of Israeli communications companies to explore cooperation opportunities.

By SHARON WROBEL
October 8, 2007 07:57

 
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Deutsche Telekom, the German telecommunications giant, met on Sunday with senior representatives of Israeli communications companies to explore cooperation opportunities. At the meeting hosted by the Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute, Rene Obermann, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, presented the company's strategic direction and cooperation opportunities to the CEOs of 30 Israeli communications companies attending the event. Deutsche, Telekom, which last week announced the acquisition of Dutch telecommunications provider Orange, offers millions of private and corporate customers all over the world information technology and telecommunications services from wireless communications, Internet and fixed-network to complex IT and telecommunications solutions.

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