Deutsche Telekom and Telecom Italia are to form the world’s second largest telecommunications company in what they describe as a merger of equals. The merger will be achieved through a stock swap with Deutsche Telekom shareholders owning 57% of the new company. The German government is selling part of its 72% stake in Deutsche Telekom and will hold a 40% stake in the merged company.
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