NTT Docomo's Indian Connection

Dreyfuss, Joel
November 2008
Red Herring;11/12/2008, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on a strategic alliance formed by Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo with Tata Teleservices, the telecommunications division of India's largest company. Under the deal, NTT Docomo will acquire 26 percent of Tata Teleservices for $2.7 billion. Docomo will also join Tata Sons, primary owner of the telecom unit in making a tender offer for 20 percent of the unit's shares. The deal is Docomo's largest in eight years and reflects the attraction of a telecom market that adds 9 million new users each month.


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