Brazilian anti-trust authority CADE mulls restrictions on sale of Oi's mobile network – report

Friday 22 January 2021 | 14:57 CET | News
Brazil's Administrative Council for Economic Defence (Cade) is assessing the imposition of restrictions and sale of assets to approve the purchase of Oi's mobile phone operations by competitors, two sources told Bloomberg. The deal is seen as complex because it would take the fourth largest mobile phone operator in Brazil out of the market, increasing the participation of Tim, Claro and Vivo.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Claro Brasil / Oi / TIM Brasil / Vivo
Countries: Brazil
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