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Bordeaux fund completes Copel Telecom acquisition

Wednesday 4 August 2021 | 15:01 CET | News
Brazilian investment fund Bordeaux, controlled by local businessman Nelson Tanure, deposited BRL 2.5 billion in the account of the government of Parana and took the last step towards the purchase of Copel Telecom, according to O Globo.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Copel Telecom
Countries: Brazil
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