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The BT demerger – lessons for UK structures

At the end of 2001, British Telecommunications demerged its wireless business. The transaction provides a good example of how UK demergers can be effected without material tax costs for a company and its UK shareholders. By Mark Kingstone, Tom Scott and Lynne Walkington of Linklaters, London

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