Sunday, 17 November 2019

NZ regulator clears Vodafone sale to Infratil

By Nick Wood, for Total Telecom
Friday 12 July 19

ComCom not concerned about overlap between Voda and Infratil's Trustpower unit

New Zealand's Commerce Commission (ComCom) has cleared the sale of Vodafone to the Infratil consortium, stating it is not concerned about a potential loss of competition in the consumer telecoms market. Vodafone agreed the NZ$3.4 billion sale of its New Zealand arm in May to a consortium comprised of local infrastructure investor Infratil and Canada's Brookfield Asset Management…

New Zealand's Commerce Commission (ComCom) has cleared the sale of Vodafone to the Infratil consortium, stating it is not concerned about a potential loss of competition in the consumer telecoms market. Vodafone agreed the NZ$3.4 billion sale of its New Zealand arm in May to a consortium comprised of local infrastructure investor Infratil and Canada's Brookfield Asset Management…

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