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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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 Newswire, 3 weeks ago
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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 India, 3 weeks ago
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