After abandoning politics earlier this year, Andris Skele, three-time prime minister and founder of the People's Party, kept a low profile. In recent weeks, however, the influential Skele re-entered the limelight by offering to buy the state-owned digital television project, which includes a 23 percent stake in LMT, Latvia's leading provider of mobile phone services. He met with Ieva Tuna to discuss the challenges of the project.Why are you interested in implementing the project of digital TV in Latvia?First of all, it has to be understood that I, as an entrepreneur, have business interests...
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