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Essar Group sells Kenya telecom business to Safaricom, Bharti Airtel

Essar sells telecom business in Kenya for USD 120 mn

portfolio company Essar Telecom Kenya Limited, operates the yuMobile telecom service in Kenya, today announced the signing of binding agreements with Safaricom and Airtel for sale of its telecom business in Kenya for approximately USD 120 million. Business Standard India, 3 hours ago

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Safaricom and Airtel acquire Essar Telecom Kenya for $120 mn

The $39 billion Essar Group today said it exited from Essar Telecom Kenya that operates under the yuMobile brand, by selling to Safaricom and Airtel Africa for $120 million. The divestment completes the exit of Essar Group from the telecom ...
 Telecom Lead1 hour ago Essar sells yuMobile to Safaricom, Airtel for about $120 mn  Hindu Business Line3 hours ago

Arbitrators of the Indian government and Vodafone to decide on a third arbitrator for the latter's tax case

The arbitrators of Vodafone India and the Indian government have decided to engage into discussion and finalise the mechanism for selection of the third arbitrator for the Vodafone's Rs 200 billion tax dispute. Once the mechanism is agreed by both ... days ago Government, Vodafone in talks to appoint third arbitrator  Economic Times4 days ago Government, Vodafone Yet To Decide On Third Arbitrator in Rs 20,000-Crore Tax Dispute  Communications Today1 week ago Govt plan to drop conciliation offer prompted Vodafone arbitration move  Sify2 months ago

Vodafone India gets approval from the parent company for raising funds

Vodafone India has received an approval from its parent company, UK-based Vodafone Plc, to borrow an amount of Rs 150 billion in 2014-15. These funds are likely to be used for the acquiring spectrum in the upcoming auctions in the 900 MHz and 1800 ... days ago
Business Today India

Vodafone India get board nod to borrow Rs 15,000 cr more

Vodafone India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the UK-based Vodafone Group Plc, has got the board's nod to borrow an additional amount of Rs 15,000 crore in 2014/15. As on March 31, 2014, the total debt stands at Rs 50,000 crore. Sources said the ...
 Business Today India5 days ago Vodafone India gets board nod to borrow Rs 15,000 cr more  Business Today India4 days ago

Ability to Buy Back Spectrum in Upcoming Auctions to Decide Vodafone's India Future: Marten Pieters

The sustainability of Vodafone's op-erations in India depends on its abil-ity to buy back spectrum in upcom-ing auctions in seven circles where its permits expire by March 2016, since the company doesn't have the fallback option it had in the case ...
 Communications Today1 month ago Buying back spectrum in auctions to decide Voda's India future'  Economic Times1 month ago Auction to decide Voda India's future: MD | FM hints at junking retro-tax  Economic Times1 month ago Vodafone left to fight its Rs20,000 retro tax burden  Domain-B1 month ago

Essar group's investments make a killing

Essar Global Fund, the Ruia company that invested $1.3 billion in telecommunications, towers and business process outsourcing over the years, made $6.5 billion, a five-fold return, when it flipped these businesses, according to discussions the group has had with merchant bankers. In contrast, the Essar group's five listed firms have run up a combined debt of Rs 66,000 crore (Rs 660 billion), half the group's Rs 118,000-crore (Rs 1.18 trillion) turnover in the oil refining, steel, power and ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Essar made 5 times its money through exits  Sify2 weeks ago Essar fund made 5 times its money through exits  Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Jaitley recuses himself from Vodafone case

Arun Jaitley delegated the Rs 20,000-cr Vodafone case to his junior, Nirmala Sitharaman, and Revenue Secretary Shaktikanta Das BS Reporter | New Delhi June 19, 2014 Last Updated at 00:22 IST Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday recused self ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago Vodafone case: FM rescues himself from tax dispute decision  Deccan Herald2 months ago Jaitley recuses from decisions on Vodafone case  InToday2 months ago Arun Jaitley delegates decision making in the Vodafone tax dispute case to Nirmala Sitharaman  Economic Times2 months ago

Vodafone India: Scoring high

The world's largest telecom player, Vodafone Group Plc, lends strength to the widely held management strategy, under which global firms have forayed intoemerging economies to drive profitability. Its 100 per cent subsidiary, Vodafone India, has had ... weeks ago

Apex court refuses to entertain PIL in Vodafone case

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a PIL seeking direction to the Centre to recover around Rs 20,000-crore (Rs 200-billion) tax dues from UK telecom major Vodafone and to restrain the government from going ahead with arbitration on the issue. A bench headed by Justice H L Dattu, however, allowed the petitioner, former Additional Solicitor General Bishwajit Bhattacharyya, to file fresh petition with all the relevant documents stating what action Centre has so far been taken on the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago SC dismisses PIL for recovery of Rs 21,00 cr from Vodafone  NewKerala.com1 month ago SC rejects PIL seeking recovery of Vodafone tax dues  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Top Court Refuses to Entertain PIL in Vodafone Tax Case  NDTV Profit1 month ago
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