Bouygues sees $13.7 billion synergies from SFR deal: Le Figaro
PARIS (Reuters) - Bouygues has promised to deliver 10 billion euros ($13.7 billion) worth of cost savings from its proposed combination with larger mobile telecoms rival Vivendi's SFR, according to a report in Le Figaro newspaper.
Bouygues' offer, which was expected to be submitted to Vivendi by 1900 GMT, would leave Vivendi will a 40 percent stake in the newly-created company, the paper said without citing sources.
The company will not sell its stake in train and turbine maker Alstom to finance the deal, the report said.
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