Italy's Telecom Italia SpA (TLIT.MI) is considering merging its OpenAccess business unit that leases its landline network to rivals with its wholesale business to avoid antitrust charges of as much as 4 billion euros ($4.35 billion), Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.
The reorganization plan will be reviewed by the board on August 6, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. (bloom.bg/1KOMVTO)
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