Czech O2 says looking at options to split fixed-telecom infrastructure
PRAGUE Aug 14 (Reuters) - O2 Czech Republic is analysing options for separating its fixed-telecommunication infrastructure into a separate company to provide wholesale services, it said on Thursday in a regulatory filing.
It said it would make a decision on the project after the analysis, adding that the Czech regulator had been informed about its intentions.
The statement followed a report in Czech daily Hospodarske Noviny on Wednesday that the Czech group's owner PPF planned to split the company into two parts.
(Reporting by Jason Hovet; Editing by Erica Billingham)
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