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The company may have been enmeshed in a stakeholder dispute which has halted dividend payouts to investors for years, but that doesn't bother the PR folk at Turkcell, which has launched a university course in investor relations.
Turkey's leading mobile operator announced on March 4 that the first Investor Relation Strategies and Implementation course was delivered to students at Bahcesehir University in the autumn.
The news was released the same day that the UK court ruling in the stand off between Russian holding Alfa Group and Turkey's Cukurova over ownership of a 14% stake in Turkcell said it would decide on the cost at which the latter would have the chance to buy back the shares within three weeks. Analysts at VTB Capital point out that if the cost is too high for the Turkish holding to manage, it could see the ongoing spat spinning on for another few years yet, further hurting minorities.
Should that happen, Turkcell's investor relations department is likely to find more time on its hands to offer to the country's educational facilities, as they won't have much to tell investors.
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