Telekurs Financial has signed a cooperation agreement with Telenet Systems of Dubai to service clients in the Arabic-speaking markets in the MENA (Middle East & North Africa) regions. Up to now, clients in the MENA region were covered by a number of different Telekurs subsidiaries. Under the terms of the agreement with Telekurs Financial, Telenet Systems will focus on the sale of display products in the MENA region and on related training and advisory tasks. The partnership with Telenet Systems forges a bridge between Europe and Asia, the latter continent being serviced by Telekurs companies in Singapore and Japan.
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Telekurs Financial Bridges the Gap between Europe and Asia
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