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# 22184 19-May-2008 18:38
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http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601081&sid=ahlJaidcE2gY&refer=australia

http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/410965/1787055

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  # 131864 19-May-2008 18:45
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Only 25%... but it sure is one big chunk!




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  # 131866 19-May-2008 18:48
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According to the article it is the whole of Econet's chunk, leaving 3 other substantial shareholders + Trilogy owning it

 
 
 
 


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scottjpalmer: According to the article it is the whole of Econet's chunk, leaving 3 other substantial shareholders + Trilogy owning it

Looks like you're right:

Other shareholders in NZ Communications are General Enterprise Management Ltd. of Hong Kong with 25 percent, Communication Venture Partners of London with 25 percent, New Zealand's Hautaki Trust with 20 percent and other individuals with 5 percent.

+ 25% for Trilogy.




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  # 131869 19-May-2008 18:53
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Yes everyone can see that for themselves from my first post. Did you not read the entire articles before your first reply?

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You could say that - I thought 25% was not inclusive of Econet's share.




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NZC's coverage seems to be growing quite quickly in Auckland hopefully a little cash injection will push them the last mile before launch

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