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Mon, May 6 2019

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Norway's Telenor, Malaysia's Axiata plan Asian telecoms behemoth

OSLO/KUALA LUMPUR 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.

UPDATE 4-Norway's Telenor, Malaysia's Axiata plan Asian telecoms behemoth

* MergedCo to have $13 bln revenue, biggest telco in SEAsia (Adds details)

Norway's Telenor plans Asian telecoms merger with Axiata

OSLO, May 6 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.

UPDATE 2-Malaysia's Axiata accepts offer for Singapore mobile operator M1

KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE, Feb 16 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 exits investment in Singapore mobile operator M1

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 Malaysia's Axiata Group has disposed of its equity interest in Singapore-based mobile operator M1 Ltd, it said on Friday.

Singapore telco M1's bidders say no plan to raise offer price

SINGAPORE 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.

UPDATE 1-Singapore telco M1's bidders say no plan to raise offer price

SINGAPORE, Jan 22 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.

Singapore telco M1's bidders say no plan to raise offer price

SINGAPORE, Jan 22 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.

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