Americell will fund Brazilian Network

May 1998
High Yield Report;05/25/98, Vol. 9 Issue 21, p1
Reports that the Brazilian cellular company Americell with the aid of Citicorp Securities Incorporated and Merrill Lynch and Company Incorporated will fund a network buildout in Brazil's capital of Brasilia. How winning the rights of licenses will affect the privatization of the Brazilian cellular network; Reference to band B licenses; Information on when the issues will become mature; Other bidders highlighted.


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