British Telecom and Lucent Technologies are among 10 western companies that will reportedly be sending officials to Nigeria next month to explore investment opportunities.
Nigeria is in the process of liberalising its telecomms market, run to date by state owned Nitel.
Officials from Cable & Wireless, Marconi Communications, GPT Payphone and ABS Telecommunications will also be among those assessing the opportunities for new companies under the privatisation plan.
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