MTC kickstarts NSX listing process

23 May 2019 | Business

MTC issued a statement this morning saying it “has officially started its journey towards listing on the Namibian Stock Exchange”.
MTC will be the first state-owned enterprise (SOE) to list on the NSX.
The company said it expects to list by July next year.

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