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TNW Wireless, iFramed sold to U.S. company

Briefs | 06/28/2017 5:05 pm EDT

Investel Capital Corp.’s TNW Wireless Inc. has been sold to an American holding and management company, United American Corp., the Florida-based company announced in a Wednesday press release.

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