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Liberty Latin America to acquire 80% of Costa Rica's Cabletica

2018-02-13 08:46:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Liberty Latin America, the newly split-off unit of Liberty Global focused on Latin America and the Caribbean, has announced an agreement to acquire 80 percent of Costa Rican cable operator Cabletica for around in an all cash deal. Cabletica is valued at an enterprise value of CRC 143 billion (around USD 250 million), a multiple of 6.3x of its fiscal year EBITDA including projected cost synergies, with current owner Televisora de Costa Rica set to retain the remaining 20 percent stake at close.

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