VimpelCom Ltd (VIP.O)
23 Mar 2017
HONG KONG CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd , the ports-to-telecoms arm of billionaire businessman Li Ka-shing, beat forecasts on Wednesday with a 6 percent rise in 2016 net profit and said it was cautiously optimistic about the group's prospects.
* Jan-Dec profit reached HK$33.01 billion vs HK$32 bln f'cast
AMSTERDAM, March 22 A corruption investigation into Dutch financial services company ING Groep includes past "irregular transactions" between telecoms company VimpelCom and Uzbek officials, Dutch prosecutors said on Wednesday.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) MOSCOW/LONDON, March 08 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed VimpelCom Ltd's (the company is changing its name to VEON) Long-Term IDR at 'BB+' with a Stable Outlook. Fitch has also affirmed its senior unsecured debt rating at 'BB+', including debt issued and guaranteed by intermediary holding companies VimpelCom Amsterdam B.V and Vimpelcom Holdings B.V. Debt issued by GTH Finance B.V. and guaranteed by Vimpelcom Holdings B.V. has als
BRIEF-Nokia and Vimpelcom sign five-year managed services contract for fixed, mobile and transport networks
* Nokia and Vimpelcom sign major five-year managed services contract for management of fixed, mobile and transport networks
* Russia's vimpelcom ltd says introducing a new dividend policy effective immediately, with a 2016 dividend of us 23 cents per share, including us 3.5 cents paid in december
BARCELONA Russian and emerging markets communications network operator VimpelCom Ltd on Monday reported a return to growth in the final quarter of last year and posted solid progress in its 18-month-old turnaround strategy, including a six-fold dividend increase.
* Announces raft of partnerships; corporate name change to VEON
BARCELONA, Feb 27 Russian and emerging markets communications network operator VimpelCom Ltd on Monday reported a return to growth in the final quarter of last year and posted solid progress in its 18-month-old turnaround strategy, including a six-fold dividend increase.
BARCELONA, Spain Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica announced a new strategy on Sunday promising to give customers back control of their own data with the help of a new digital personal assistant.