China Mobile is favourite to buy Digicel Pacific
The Denis O’Brien-owned telecoms firm confirmed in December that it had received a number of unsolicited takeover approaches
China Mobile is emerging as the favourite to purchase the Pacific operations of the Denis O’Brien-owned telecoms company Digicel.
Digicel, which operates in more than 30 countries across the Caribbean and the Pacific, confirmed in late December that it had received a number of unsolicited takeover approaches. Australian media highlighted Huawei and the equipment company ZTE as potential buyers of the business; however, it has been reported that China Mobile, one of the...
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