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Softbank, Naver agree to merge Yahoo Japan and Line

2019-11-18 09:01:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Japanese operator Softbank and Korean internet group Naver have reached an agreement to merge their subsidiaries Yahoo Japan and messaging app Line. The deal is expected to create a new mobile and internet services giant to compete against international companies in the Japanese market. 

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