Canada's Telus abruptly walks away from $830 million offer for Australia's Appen


FILE PHOTO: A sign for Telus Communications in Toronto, Ontario, Canada December 13, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio

(Reuters) -Canadian data analytics software maker Telus International made and then abruptly withdrew a A$1.2 billion ($830 million) buyout approach for Australian rival Appen Ltd, Appen said on Thursday.

"Telus informed us that they were revoking their Indicative Proposal. No reasons were given," the Australian software seller said.

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