AT&T chief categorically denies telco will move for AM assets

February 2015
Telecom Mergers & Acquisitions;Feb2015, p3
The article reports on a remark from AT&T Inc. chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Randall Stephenson denying that the company has no plans to acquire surplus assets of telecommunication firm America Movil (AM) in Mexico. It states that Stephenson also talks about the company's plans in Latin America, particularly Brazil. Moreover, it says that the company is likely to return a wireless spectrum to the Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (Ifetel) prior the Iusacell-Nextel merger.


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