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TMCNet:  Telecom Argentina names Stefano De Angelis as new CEO

[February 28, 2013]

Telecom Argentina names Stefano De Angelis as new CEO

Feb 28, 2013 (M2 EQUITYBITES via COMTEX) -- Telecom Argentina (NYSE: TEO) (Buenos Aires: TECO2), a telecommunications company based in Argentina, announced on Wednesday that Franco Bertone, who has served as CEO of Telecom Argentina since March 2009 up to date, has informed the company that Telecom Italia SpA has requested him to take on other responsibilities within the Telecom Italia Group.


As a result, the company's board of directors has appointed Stefano De Angelis as CEO of Telecom Argentina, replacing Bertone.

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