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Selling Africa tower business won't ease Airtel's woes
Business Standard India

Selling Africa tower business won't ease Airtel's woes

While the divestment will help cut debt, it will increase the outgo on lease rentals Sounak Mitra | New Delhi December 3, 2014 Last Updated at 22:30 IST Since July, Bharti Airtel has sold 11,400 of the 15,000 towers it had across 17 countries in ... Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
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Tata Consultancy Services sets up offshore development centres in India for Japanese clients

MUMBAI: Tata Consultancy Services, the country's largest IT services firm, is setting up offshore development centres in India for Japanese clients in a bid to boost the company's margins in the market. TCS has the largest scale of any Indian IT ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago TCS sets up offshore development centres in India for Japanese clients  Telecom Live3 weeks ago

HT Presents Indian Marketing Awards 2014 powered by Colors, Shortlist Announced

The first part of the two-stage judging process was completed last week by a pre screening jury comprising of leading industry leaders. The members of the pre-screening jury include Debabrata Mukherjee of Coca Cola, Vivek Sharma of Philips, Dinesh ...
 Web Newswire3 weeks ago
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India Defense Ministry Said to Free Airwaves for Phone Carriers

India 's Ministry of Defense has agreed to free some of its airwaves for use by local phone carriers in a boost for Vodafone Group Plc (VOD) and Bharti Airtel Ltd. (BHARTI) that face spectrum auctions next year, according to an official with direct ...
 Bloomberg3 weeks ago India defence ministry said to free airwaves for phone carriers  Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Bharti Airtel: Lower debt, core operations focus positives

With the sale of 4,800 towers in Nigeria to American Tower Corp for $1.05 billion (Rs 6,460 crore), Bharti Airtel will be able to cut its $10 billion debt (FY14 net debt at Rs 64,688 crore) by about 10%. The deal will help the company save ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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