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KPN: EUR 9 billion on share buybacks while FTTH roll-out stagnates

Thursday 16 December 2010 | 16:29 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Background
KPN completed this month a share buyback worth EUR 1 billion. Since 2004, the Dutch operator has bought back around 950 million of its own shares, or 38 percent of the shares it had in 2004, for a total EUR 9 billion.

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Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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