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London Privy Council throws out Digicel appeal against our determination

22 January, 2010

The Privy Council in London this morning dismissed an appeal by Digicel against a decision made by the Jamaican Court of Appeal in 2007 which resulted in Digicel having to pay over US $3.7 million to LIME.

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