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Walloon govt stops sale of Voo

Monday 7 October 2019 | 09:24 CET | News
Belgium's Walloon government will not be allowing the sale of cable brand Voo, Het Laatste Nieuws reported. Enodia, the public holding company of Nethys, had deals in place to sell stakes in energy company Elicio, IT company Win and Voo to private investors. The sales were suspended last month after criticism about the process and its secret sales agreements.

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Companies: Voo
Countries: Belgium
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