Iliad 2013 Net Income Misses Estimates

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March 10 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro reports on Iliad earnings with Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Free brand.

Is toward a prize a war in this area in france.

The lower end.

Some countries are three euros.

It has been quite high for this country.

To justice 5 million euros.

A slight miss.

-- 200 65 million euros, a slight miss.

You see double digit growth.

Revenue is up to 3.7 billion euros.

Earnings are up by 31% in 2030. they are delivering growth.

This company is part of what could be a spider web of deals and financial.

Quickly give us the news on the latest.

Is complex.

You have boyds, part of this network.

That could go for price tag of 1.8 billion euros.

Boys want to get rid of it so they can get it through the deal.

If you shed some in the assets, it is more likely to get past to regulators which is a concern for competitors.

You see the competition regulator this morning in an interview sending the boyd's allow simpler scrutiny.

This could mean the deal gets in through a little easier.

This one is complex.

A spiderweb of deals.

We spoke to a telecom guest who said it will be a rise in the brand and marketplace.

It is consolidation.

A massive pricing war in this area.

Somebody else saying they should not be that important because iliad remains in the markets and they should not be shunted by the french are regulators.

They should not give preferential treatment because iliad still remains the low-cost operator.

It is still a competitive marketplace.

It does not remove the lowest competitor.

Earnings of over 40% by the end of the decade.

A company with a bit.

The festival in journey is in

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