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NZ regulator seeks comment on Infratil takeover of Vodafone

Thursday 30 May 2019 | 15:21 CET | News
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has started a public consultation on Infratil's proposed acquisition of up to 50 percent of the shares in Vodafone New Zealand. In a statement on its preliminary view of the deal, the regulator said it's concerned about the possible impact on competition, given that Infratil already owns 51 percent of the virtual operator Trustpower. 

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Categories: General
Companies: Vodafone New Zealand
Countries: New Zealand
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