Nasper's delayed internet assets float to go ahead in September
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African media and e-commerce giant Naspers said on Friday the delayed multi-billion euro listing of its international internet assets, including its over 30% stake in China's Tencent, will go ahead on September 11.
"It's a significant step for Naspers and will present a new opportunity for global internet investors," CEO Bob van Dijk said in a statement, adding he was pleased the listing was on track following the delay.
(Reporting by Emma Rumney; editing by Jason Neely)
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