Ooredoo Kuwait wins court appeal

Kuwaiti ministry claimed $124.97 million for unlawfully use of government network
Ooredoo Kuwait wins court appeal

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Ooredoo Kuwait has won a court appeal against a 36.69 million dinars ($124.97 million) judgement in favour of the Ministry of Communications, according to Reuters.

The Kuwaiti ministry claimed Ooredoo Kuwait had been unlawfully using government network infrastructure since 1999, according to the company's 2013 annual report.

Last February, a court ordered the operator to pay 36.69 million dinars to the ministry. However a new court overturned that decision. 

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