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Axiata Group Says Trading In Co's Shares Will Resume From 9.00 A.M., Sept 10
Axiata Says Co & Telenor ASA Mutually Agreed To End Discussions On Proposed Transaction
Axiata Group Bhd says Axiata And Telenor deal discussion still ongoing - Group CEO
Axiata Group Berhad is a Malaysia-based telecommunications company, which manages Axiata Group. The Group has controlling interests in six mobile operators under the brand names of 'Celcom' in Malaysia, 'XL' in Indonesia, 'Dialog' in Sri Lanka, 'Robi' in Bangladesh, 'Smart' in Cambodia and 'Ncell' in Nepal, as well as minority interests in 'Idea' in India and 'M1' in Singapore. Axiata Group's products and services include prepaid and postpaid mobile services, television broadcasting and cable television services, Internet services, enterprise solutions, digital marketing and e-commerce services, mobile advertising and machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, among others. Via 'edotco', its infrastructure company, the Group also delivers telecommunications infrastructure services and operates telecommunications towers regionally. Other regular undertakings of the Group include investment holding and the distribution of communication device and related products.
Axiata Tower, 9 Jalan Stesen Sentral 5
Ghazzali Sheikh Abdul Khalid
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Jamaludin bin Ibrahim
Group Chief Executive Officer, President, Managing Director, Executive Director
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Mohamad Idham Nawawi
Chief Executive Officer - Celcom
Darke Mohamed Sani
Group Chief Human Resource Officer
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Malaysian telecoms firm Axiata Group Bhd <AXIA.KL> has asked its edotco towers unit to seek deals to enter new markets or expand in Southeast Asia and South Asia, and may consider selling a stake if attractive large investment opportunities arise.
Under pressure to deliver cash to shareholders after a merger with Norway's Telenor collapsed, Malaysia's Axiata has changed tack: It is now in talks to offload stakes in units and will no longer entertain a group-level deal, sources told Reuters.
CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd <0001.HK> is weighing a combination of its Indonesian telecommunications business with that of Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd <AXIA.KL>, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
Malaysia's Axiata Group <AXIA.KL> is discussing deals with other parties and considering an initial public offering of its tower business, executives said after announcing the collapse of a planned Asian telecoms deal with Norway's Telenor <TEL.OL>.
Telenor <TEL.OL> and Malaysia's Axiata Group <AXIA.KL> have ended talks to create a telecoms joint venture with nearly 300 million customers across South Asia and Southeast Asia in a blow to the Norwegian group's growth strategy and shares.
* In talks with others on consolidation in the industry (Adds details, quotes from conference call)
Malaysia's Axiata Group was surprised by the collapse of a planned deal with Norway's Telenor to create a telecoms joint venture in Asia, its top executive told analysts on Friday after both companies announced the end of talks.
Norway's Telenor and Malaysia's Axiata Group have ended talks about creating a telecoms joint venture with nearly 300 million customers across South Asia and Southeast Asia, Telenor said on Friday.
Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd on Thursday said its planned merger with Norwegian telecoms peer Telenor ASA is on track, after local media reported the deal may have hit a snag.
Norway's Telenor and Malaysia's Axiata Group are in talks to run a jointly owned telecoms giant in South and Southeast Asia with nearly 300 million customers, as they seek to drive up growth in a highly competitive market.
Norway's Telenor is in negotiations with Malaysia's Axiata Group to form a telecoms holding company with close to 300 million customers, the companies said on Monday.
Malaysia's Axiata Group, the largest shareholder in Singapore mobile operator M1 Ltd, has accepted a bid from Singapore investors that valued M1 at S$1.9 billion ($1.4 billion).
Malaysia's Axiata Group has disposed of its equity interest in Singapore-based mobile operator M1 Ltd, it said on Friday.
Singapore conglomerate Keppel Corp <KPLM.SI> and Singapore Press Holdings <SPRM.SI> (SPH) said on Tuesday they will not raise their offer price to gain majority control of mobile operator M1 Ltd <MONE.SI>, a move that could put pressure on Axiata Group <AXIA.KL>, M1's single...
Singapore conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) said on Tuesday they will not raise their offer price to gain majority control of mobile operator M1 Ltd, a move that could put pressure on Axiata Group, M1's single largest shareholder.
* Malaysia's Axiata is biggest shareholder in M1 (Recasts with source saying Axiata is likely to reject offer)
Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd <AXIA.KL>, the largest shareholder in Singapore-listed M1 Ltd <MONE.SI>, is likely to reject an offer from Keppel Corp Ltd <KPLM.SI> and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) <SPRM.SI> to acquire M1, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said...
Keppel Corporation Ltd (KCL) and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) are looking to buy out Axiata Group Bhd's stake in Singapore's smallest mobile network operator M1 Ltd, sources familiar with the situation said on Wednesday.
Malaysia's Axiata Group Bhd said it is reviewing its stake in M1 Ltd after Keppel Corporation Ltd and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) expressed an interest in Singapore's smallest mobile network provider.
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