China Unicom saves USD295m through network sharing; Telefonica prepares to sell final 1% stake in cellco China Unicom, the country’s second largest mobile operator in terms of subscribers, has saved more than CNY2 billion (USD295 million) in CAPEX this year, as a result of its network sharing agreement with rival operator China Telecom. According to Mobile ... 11/7/2016 - 10:30 pm | View Link
China Telcos Orphaned As Telefonica Dumps Unicom Bottom line: Telefonica’s sell-down ... to profit from China’s huge, but highly protected telecom market. That’s my latest assessment following word that Spain’s Telefonica (NYSE:TEF) is further selling down its stake in China Unicom (NYSE:CHU ... 11/11/2014 - 3:22 am | View Link
China Unicom: Telefonica To Sell Shares, Not A Statement Against Unicom Spanish telecom giant Telefonica (TEF) is seeking to sell its 2.5% stake in China Unicom (0762.HK/CHU) for up to $865 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. Telefonica is selling its China Unicom shares for 11.14 Hong Kong dollars to 11.34 each, a 1.2 ... 11/10/2014 - 7:41 am | View Link
Telefonica to sell China Unicom stake for USD 875 mln Telefonica is looking to sell around half of its five percent stake in Chinese mobile operator China Unicom for as much as USD 875 million. The Spanish group is offering 597.8 million China Unicom shares at HKD 11.14 to HKD 11.34 each, according to ... 11/10/2014 - 1:32 am | View Link
Telefónica to sell China Unicom stake Spain’s Telefónica is reportedly looking to sell a stake in China Unicom, and expects to raise $859-$875 million from the sale. According to a term sheet seen by Reuters today, Telefónica – which holds 1.19 billion China Unicom shares – is offering ... 11/9/2014 - 11:00 am | View Link
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Wistron Wistron Corporation (Chinese: 緯創資通股份有限公司; pinyin: Wěichuàng Zītōng Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a major original design manufacturer in Taiwan 03/21/2017 - 5:32 am | View Website
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President Donald Trump is poised to eviscerate his predecessor’s legacy on climate change with executive actions as early as this week, even though the world is throwing up increasingly alarming signs of dangerous warning and key parts of the administration keep flagging climate change as a key national security challenge.
Trump will reportedly instruct Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt to scrap and redo a landmark batch of regulations known as the Clean Power Plan, a hallmark initiative of former President Barack Obama that would have helped curb U.
New York TimesDealt a Defeat, Republicans Set Their Sights on Major Tax CutsNew York TimesUnder new pressure, some Republican deficit hawks appear ready to abandon the fiscal rectitude that they embraced during the Obama administration to help salvage President Trump's agenda. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON Prospects for Trump Agenda After Health Care Debacle?
Market Business NewsTesla will begin taking orders for its solar roof panels next monthMarket Business NewsChief Executive Officer Elon Musk said via Twitter on Friday that the California-based tech giant company will begin taking orders next month. @HolsMichael Start taking orders in April. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 24 de marzo de 2017.