HONG KONG'S I-CABLE SET FOR $129 MILLION REFINANCING

Struggling Hong Kong pay-TV platform, I-Cable is seeking $91 million (HK$704 million) of refinancing through a share issue expected to bring in new investors. I-Cable is Hong Kong's leading conventional cable TV provider, though it has been overtaken by PCCW's Now TV, which is delivered as an IPTV service. Its news channel is regarded as... Read more »

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