Tele Columbus extends debt, looks to grow

Cable operator Tele Columbus Group has extended existing credit lines to 2017, just as it sets out plans to invest €300m towards long-term growth.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 13 Feb 2014

The investment money will come from Columbus’s operations, rather than from new debt issuance. It will be used to expand the firm’s internet and telephony services, as well as, potentially, to back mergers and acquisitions.

Columbus expects its efforts to pay off within three years, as it said ...

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