France Telecom definition

France Telecom means, collectively, France Telecom, a societe anonyme organized under the laws of France, and its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary RAPP 26.
France Telecom means France Telecom S.A.;
France Telecom means France Telecom S.A.

Examples of France Telecom in a sentence

  • A signed original of this written statement required by Section 906 has been provided to France Telecom and will be retained by France Telecom and furnished to the Securities Exchange Commission or its staff upon request.

  • The Company France Telecom is a “société anonyme” (French corporation) governed by corporate law, subject to specific laws governing the Company, particularly French law no.

  • Subordinated Notes (other than France Telecom) as of the Noteholder Election Option Record Date to purchase (i) shares of New NTL Common Stock using up to 100% of the Delaware/Inc.

  • Subordinated Notes Claims; provided, however, that as of the Effective Date, France Telecom shall be deemed to have waived its NTL Inc.

  • The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology had concluded a five-year management contract with France Telecom.


More Definitions of France Telecom

France Telecom or "FT", which expression shall include its successors).
France Telecom and together with COGECOM, the "France Telecom Parties"), BNP Paribas ("BNP"), Credit Agricole Indosuez ("Credit Agricole"), Deutsche Bank AG, Paris Branch ("Deutsche Bank"), and Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale, Paris branch ("Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale" and together with BNP, Credit Agricole and Deutsche Bank, collectively, the "Banks" and together with the France Telecom Parties, the "NTL Preferred Stockholders").
France Telecom. Partnership Sale Shares," "Partnership Shares," "Partnerships," "Partnerships Registration Rights Agreement," "Sale Shares," "Series A Preferred Stock" and "Tag Along Shares" as Defined Terms of Rights Agreement. The terms "COGECOM," "France Telecom," "Partnership Sale Shares," "Partnership Shares," "Partnerships," "Partnerships Registration Rights Agreement," "Sale Shares," "Series A Preferred Stock" and "Tag Along Shares" and the respective definitions of such terms as set forth in the preamble of this Amendment are hereby incorporated in the Rights Agreement under the heading "Certain Definitions" in Section 1 thereof.
France Telecom. PARTNERSHIP SALE SHARES," "PARTNERSHIP SHARES," "PARTNERSHIPS," "PARTNERSHIPS REGISTRATION RIGHTS AGREEMENT," "SALE SHARES," "SERIES A PREFERRED STOCK" AND "TAG ALONG SHARES" AS DEFINED TERMS OF RIGHTS AGREEMENT. The terms "COGECOM," "France Telecom," "Partnership Sale Shares," "Partnership Shares," "Partnerships," "Partnerships Registration Rights Agreement," "Sale Shares," "Series A Preferred Stock" and "Tag Along Shares" and the respective definitions of such terms as set forth in the preamble of this Amendment are hereby incorporated in the Rights Agreement under the heading "Certain Definitions" in Section 1 thereof.
France Telecom has requested this conversion in order to establish a liquid position in Series "L" stock of Telmex, in anticipation of a future possible orderly disposal of the stock. Telmex and its main shareholders will cooperate with France Telecom in any future disposal and France Telecom, in turn, will consider the interests of Telmex and its shareholders in disposing of its share position. France Telecom has participated in and supported the development of Telmex for the past ten years. It now needs to focus on new challenges in its own development. France Telecom's confidence in Telmex's future development and success remains unchanged. France Telecom and Telmex will continue their cooperation towards seeking future opportunities for joint investments in international telecommunications markets. In that context, Telmex will ask a member of France Telecom's senior management team to retain a seat on its Board of Directors. SBC Communications, Inc. has expressed its intention to maintain its position as a Telmex shareholder for an indefinite period of time and to strengthen relations and joint investments with Telmex. In discussing the share conversion by France Telecom, Xxxxxx Slim, chairman of the Board of Directors of Telmex, said: "For almost 10 years, we have counted on the active and productive participation of our French partners in the national development of Telmex, and we will seek to continue sharing opportunities with them in the global markets, notwithstanding the level of their participation in the share capital of our company".