Unicom looks at strategic investors

China Unicom says it is likely to follow the lead of rival China Mobile and sell a further stake in itself to a strategic investor.

China Unicom, China's second biggest telecommunications company, may sell a stake in itself to a strategic investor, according to Telecom Financing Week, an industry newsletter. This follows the lead of rival China Mobile, which earlier this month sold a 2% stake to UK-based Vodafone.

Unicom, which has a market capitalization of $25 billion, raised $4.9 billion in an initial sale of its shares in New York and Hong Kong in June. It plans to...

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