Norway's Telenor eyeing sale of Myanmar unit - report

FILE PHOTO: Telenor's logo is seen in central Belgrade, Serbia, March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian telecoms operator Telenor is exploring the sale of its Myanmar unit, industry publication TMT Finance reported on Thursday, and has hired Citi to sell the business, with non-binding bids due in the coming weeks.

A Telenor spokesperson said the company does not "comment on market rumours". Citi was not immediately available for comment.

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