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Enodia resumes talks with Providence on Voo sale

Tuesday 24 December 2019 | 09:03 CET | News
The Belgian public holding company Enodia has agreed to renew talks with Providence on the sale of cable operator Voo. The public shareholders want to maintain certain veto rights after the sale of a 51 percent stake, on issues such as maintaining the workforce, local subscontractors and the headquarters in Liege, L'Echo reports. 

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Companies: Voo
Countries: Belgium
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