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A solid Q4 but a misunderstanding regarding the towers assets

22/02/21 -"The EBITDAaL was eventually down by 1% yoy but should have grown by 3.2% excluding the COVID-19 impact. Despite this solid performance and the return to normal of its dividend, the stock is still ..."

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