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Xplornet to be sold to U.S. company for $2B: report

Briefs | 02/25/2020 6:41 pm EST

Xplornet Communications Inc. will be bought for some $2 billion USD by a U.S.-based investment firm, according to a report from Bloomberg News. 

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