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Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    EMEA TRIBUNE Latest Breaking News, World News, Trending News, Viral News (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergThe companies sold 484.7 million shares at 311.4
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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    (Bloomberg) — Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.

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    The companies sold 484.7 million shares at 311.4 rupees each, according to terms of the deal.

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    EMEA TRIBUNE Latest Breaking News, World News, Trending News, Viral News (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergThe companies

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    EMEA TRIBUNE Latest Breaking News, World News, Trending News, Viral News (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergThe companies

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    EMEA TRIBUNE Latest Breaking News, World News, Trending News, Viral News (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergThe companies sold
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    (Bloomberg) — Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.

    Most Read from Bloomberg

    The companies sold 484.7 million shares at 311.4 rupees each, according to terms of the deal obtained by Bloomberg News. The block deals, executed on local exchanges, represent a stake of about 18% in Indus Towers.

    Chief Executive Officer Margherita Della Valle, who took the reigns last year, has sold off underperforming markets and worked.

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    (Bloomberg) — Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.

    Most Read from Bloomberg

    The companies sold 484.7 million shares at 311.4 rupees each, according to terms of the deal obtained by Bloomberg News. The block deals, executed on local exchanges, represent a stake of about 18% in Indus Towers.

    Chief Executive Officer Margherita Della Valle, who took the reigns last year, has sold off underperforming markets and worked to scale back a sprawling empire. Vodafone shares rose 0.8% to 71.20 pence in London trading at 8:29 a.m.

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    EMEA TRIBUNE Latest Breaking News, World News, Trending News, Viral News (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergThe companies

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    EMEA TRIBUNE Latest Breaking News, World News, Trending News, Viral News (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergThe companies

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    (Bloomberg) — Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.

    Most Read from Bloomberg

    The companies sold 484.7 million shares at 311.4 rupees each, according to terms of the deal obtained by Bloomberg News. The block deals, executed on local exchanges, represent a stake of about 18% in Indus Towers.

    Chief Executive Officer Margherita Della.

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds
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    Deadly blaze breaks out at ammunition depot in Chad

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    Russia's President Vladimir Putin is greeted by North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un

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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds
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    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling
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    Deadly blaze breaks out at ammunition depot in Chad

    People have been killed and injured after a huge fire broke out at an ammunition