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Informe de Banda Ancha en Argentina 2019-2024
Thursday, October 24, 2019

Millicom revenues increased due to acquisitions in Panama and Nicaragua

The increase corresponds to the third quarter, after the incorporation of Telefónica's operations in these Central American countries. If the first nine months of 2019 are considered, the increase is 7.4% year-on-year. However, the acquisitions also affected operating profit, which fell 15% for both the quarter and the accumulated year, and net profit, to the point that the company reported a loss of US$130 million between July and September.


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