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Vodafone offloads New Zealand business to Brookfield, Infratil for $2.36 billion

Reuters India Monday, 13 May 2019
Vodafone Group Plc said on Monday that it had agreed to sell its New Zealand business for about 2.1 billion euros ($2.36 billion) to a consortium comprising of New Zealand-based Infratil Ltd and Canada's Brookfield Asset Management.
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