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Last week in telecoms: tower companies in focus on Italian consolidation, Liberty Global among biggest winners YTD

2019-02-25 11:00:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Inwit, an Italian tower company with a market capitalisation of EUR 4.9 billion, was at the centre of corporate actions, last week. It reported Q4 results and added its business plan for the next three years. The main news however was an expanded network sharing agreement of its majority shareholder TIM (60%) and Vodafone Italia. They plan to inject their 22,000 piece combined tower portfolios to become equal shareholders of Inwit. Other important news came from Telefonica, losing Vivendi as a shareholder, selling its Central American assets and possibly its datacenters. The Telecompaper Stock Index European Telecoms was up 1.9 percent in week 8, outperforming the EuroStoxx 50 index, which was up 0.9 percent. The biggest winners were Forthnet (+26%), Intred (+8.8%), Telekom Austria (+8.7%) and Inmarsat (+8.3%).

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China's HNA Group Sells Manhattan Building Near Trump Tower

2019-01-09 17:33:39| National Real Estate Investor

China-based HNA Group sold 850 Third Ave. in a $422 million deal.

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Hotel Tower Set to Be Portland's 5th-Tallest Building Wins Design Approval

2018-12-22 00:07:01| PortlandOnline

Elliot Njus in The Oregonian, December 20, 2018

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Coca-Cola Hires Cushman to Sell Historic Fifth Avenue Tower

2018-12-10 19:29:41| National Real Estate Investor

Cushman & Wakefield will market the 18-story Coca-Cola Building on in Midtown Manhattan.

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Zain KSA agrees to sale, lease back of tower network to IHS for USD 648 mln

2018-11-28 15:41:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Zain Group announced that the board of Zain Saudi Arabia (Zain KSA) has approved an offer to sell and lease back its mobile tower portfolio to IHS Holding for SAR 2.43 billion (USD 648 million). Under the terms of the agreement, Zain KSA is selling only its passive, physical infrastructure to IHS and will retain its intelligent software, technology and intellectual property with respect to managing its network. The agreement also involves a lease-back period of fifteen years, with a five-year renewal option, and building of an additional 1,500 towers over the next six years. 

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