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Next launches public bid to buy out Altice Europe minority shareholders

Wednesday 25 November 2020 | 09:32 CET | News
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Patrick Drahi's holding company Next Private has launched the public offer to take Altice Europe private. As announced in September, he is offering EUR 4.11 per share to buy out minority shareholders and de-list the company. The offer will run until 21 January, with an extraordinary shareholders meeting planned for 7 January to discuss the bid. 

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Companies: Altice Europe
Countries: Europe / France
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