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  • P&G bought out its minority partner in China, Hutchison Whampoa, for $1.85bn. At the beginning of the following year, the group announced its biggest deal to-date, offering to buy The Gillette Company
  • withdrew from China in favour of a joint venture with Hutchison Whampoa's Tom Group. It had already pulled out of Japan as well after failing to break the stranglehold of local champion Yahoo. In 2007,
  • that market following the 2016 merger of Wind and Hutchison 3 (or Tre). It had under 32% local share for the year to 2017, narrowly behind merged Wind Tre and TIM, with around 23m customers. In 2007,
  • a deal was agreed to sell O2 UK to smaller rival Hutchison 3. However, that arrangement faced significant regulatory hurdles, and was eventually blocked, with the result that O2 UK remains a unit of Telefonica.
  • including the high profile Hutchison 3 account. Internal disagreements resulted in the abrupt departure of Cadman at the end of the year, leaving Lidstone as sole head of the London agency. Last full
  • initially under the ownership of Hutchison Whampoa of Hong Kong (now owners of the Three brand). It was acquired by France Telecom in 2000, and the Orange brand was gradually rolled out to all that company'
  • a partnership with CK Hutchison), TV shopping channel GS Homeshopping, and FC Seoul football club. The LG empire is controlled by two brothers, grandsons of original founder In-Hoi Koo. The eldest brother
  • the group agreed to sell the business to Hutchison Whampoa, which merged it with the local operations of its Three service during 2013. Until recently, Hutchison Whampoa, originator of the Orange brand,
  • delivery service in seven European countries from Hutchison Whampoa, followed by Russia's Clear Water. In a partial reverse of this process, the group sold its Nestle Waters Direct delivery business in
  • end of 2016 through sale of the local business to Hutchison 3. However the deal was blocked by regulators. Combined revenues from Telefonica Germany in 2016 were €7.46bn, with another €6.82bn from

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