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Sun, Nov 30 2014

Fitch Publishes Ratings Navigator for 17 APAC Telcos

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SYDNEY/HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, November 30 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has published its new Rating Navigators for the following Asia-Pacific (APAC) telecommunications companies: - Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited, - Bharti Airtel Limited, - China Mobile Limited, - China Telecom Corporation Limited, - Global Cloud Xchange Limited, - Globe Telecom, Inc., - KT Corporation, - Pacnet Limited, - Philippine Long Distance Telephon

UPDATE 1-American Tower to buy Bharti Nigeria phone masts for $1.1 bln

MUMBAI, Nov 24 - India's Bharti Airtel Ltd will sell more than 4,800 mobile phone masts in Nigeria to American Tower Corp for $1.05 billion, as part of its plan to cut costs and pare debt.

American Tower to buy over 4,800 Bharti Airtel phone masts in Nigeria

MUMBAI, Nov 24 - American Tower Corp has agreed to buy more than 4,800 communications towers in Nigeria from Bharti Airtel Ltd, the companies said on Monday, without disclosing the deal value.

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UPDATE 1-Bharti Airtel to sell phone masts in Tanzania, Malawi - source

JOHANNESBURG/DUBAI, Nov 19 - Bharti Airtel's planned disposal of mobile phone towers in Africa will see it sell masts in Tanzania to Helios Towers, while units in Malawi will go to Eaton Towers, a person with knowledge of the deal said on Wednesday.

Bharti's Airtel's Africa mobile tower sale to include Tanzania, Malawi -source

JOHANNESBURG/DUBAI, Nov 19 - Bharti Airtel's planned disposal of mobile phone towers in Africa will see it sell masts in Tanzania to Helios Towers, while units in Malawi will go to Eaton Towers, a person with knowledge of the deal said on Wednesday.

Fitch: Indian Top Telcos' Credit Profiles Intact on Reliance's Entry

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SINGAPORE/SYDNEY, November 10 (Fitch) The credit profiles of the top four Indian telcos - Bharti Airtel Limited (Bharti; BBB-/Stable), Vodafone India, Idea Cellular and Reliance Communications - will remain intact in 2015 thanks to a gradual rise in voice tariffs and improving regulatory environment that stem from industry consolidation, Fitch Ratings says in a new special report. The likely entry of new telco Reliance Jio, which i

Loop says Bharti Airtel pulls out of deal

Nov 5 - India's Loop Mobile said larger rival Bharti Airtel Ltd has called off their deal to buy Loop's subscribers and some assets in what would have been India's first merger in the telecoms sector in several years.

UPDATE 1-Bharti Airtel Q2 net profit doubles as India market turns corner

* Net profit 13.83 bln rupees vs 12.86 bln rupees estimate

India's Bharti Q2 net profit more than doubles

MUMBAI, Oct 30 - Indian mobile carrier Bharti Airtel said second quarter net profit more than doubled to 13.83 billion rupees ($225 million), from 5.12 billion rupees a year ago, beating analysts' estimates as the country's top telecom operator added more subscribers for its mobile data services.

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