Bezeq Israel slashes dividend to 70% of profit

Thursday 8 March 2018 | 15:05 CET | News
Bezeq Israel said it will reduce dividend payments to 70 percent of its net profit instead of the 100 percent it has been paying out. In a statement, Bezeq said the next half-year dividend payment will be in accordance with the new policy. 

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Companies: Bezeq
Countries: Israel
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