Belgacom sells French IT unit to Vivendi for 95 mln euros
BRUSSELS, March 28
BRUSSELS, March 28 (Reuters) - Belgian telecoms group Belgacom said on Friday it had agreed to sell its French IT services unit Telindus France to French group Vivendi for 95 million euros ($130.7 million) in cash.
In 2013, Telindus France had revenues of 231 million euros and generated a core profit of 11 million euros.
Belgacom said the deal would need to be approved by competition authorities. ($1 = 0.7271 Euros) (Reporting by Robert-Jan Bartunek; Editing by Erica Billingham)
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