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Carlyle to acquire about 25% stake in Airtel's data centre business for about Rs 1,780 crore

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 1 July 2020 ()
The Carlyle Group will acquire about 25 per cent stake in Airtel's data centre business, Nxtra Data, for $235 million (about Rs 1,780 crore), the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
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