SoftBank CEO: "No comment" on Sprint's reported talks to buy T-mobile
TOKYO Feb 12 (Reuters) - SoftBank Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son on Wednesday declined to comment on reports that his company's subsidiary Sprint Corp is looking to buy U.S. rival T-Mobile US.
Son also declined comment on U.S. regulators' reported scepticism about the potential merger between Sprint and T-Mobile.
Speaking at a news conference to brief on SoftBank's financial results, Son, who is also chairman of Sprint, said he could not comment on "rumours in the industry."
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