File: The Nigerian central bank has accused the firm of illegally sending $8.1 billion abroad, which MTN has denied.
LAGOS - A Lagos judge on Tuesday postponed a hearing in an $8.1-billion (R110-billion) dispute between MTN Group and Nigeria's central bank.
The case will continue on 12 December after lawyers said they wanted to report back on settlement talks.
The central bank has accused the firm of illegally sending $8.1-billion abroad, which MTN has denied.
Lawyers for both parties told the court they were in talks to agree on a settlement.