Kabel Deutschland set to scrap Tele Colombus takeover

20 February 2013

Vodafone target, Kabel Deutschland, could be set to abandon its €618 million acquisition of rival Tele Colombus due to regulatory concerns that the deal would affect competition in the German cable market.

The country's cartel office rejected proposed concessions as part of the takeover and as a result a formal...

Topics: Kabel Deutschland, Tele Colombus, Vodafone, Germany, takeover



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