AIB To Become Largest Owner Of ATMs In Ethiopia

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5:19 PM EST May 9th, 2013

Ethiopia’s Awash International Bank announced that in two weeks they will reveal the winning bidder to receive 100 ATMs, reports ATM Marketplace. There were six companies that participated in the AIB event. The list was cut down to three tenders, including M2M Group, Copy Cat and CBM. Once the winning tender is announced AIB will supply them with 100 ATMs and 80 POS terminals. After the installation AIB will become the largest owner of ATMs in Ethiopia.

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