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June 14, 1990 | Reuters
The New Zealand government said Thursday that it would sell the Telecom Corp. to a consortium dominated by two big U.S. telecommunications companies. In a complex deal that will take several years to complete, Telecom will be sold for $2.5 billion ($4.25 billion Australian), the government said in a statement. The sale will be New Zealand's biggest privatization by far.
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June 14, 1990 | Reuters
The New Zealand government said Thursday that it would sell the Telecom Corp. to a consortium dominated by two big U.S. telecommunications companies. In a complex deal that will take several years to complete, Telecom will be sold for $2.5 billion ($4.25 billion Australian), the government said in a statement. The sale will be New Zealand's biggest privatization by far.
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February 6, 1990 | From Associated Press
Kelly Services Inc., the largest U.S. temporary help company, said it has acquired companies in the Netherlands and New Zealand. The acquisitions bring to eight the number of overseas temporary services companies Kelly has acquired since January, 1988. A Kelly subsidiary, Kelly Temporary Services BV, acquired Free-Lance Uitzendburo, which operates six offices in the Netherlands, and Adstaff Associates, which has operations in Auckland, New Zealand. Amounts of the transactions were not disclosed.
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February 6, 1990 | From Associated Press
Kelly Services Inc., the largest U.S. temporary help company, said it has acquired companies in the Netherlands and New Zealand. The acquisitions bring to eight the number of overseas temporary services companies Kelly has acquired since January, 1988. A Kelly subsidiary, Kelly Temporary Services BV, acquired Free-Lance Uitzendburo, which operates six offices in the Netherlands, and Adstaff Associates, which has operations in Auckland, New Zealand. Amounts of the transactions were not disclosed.
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