Softbank denies reports of planned IPO for mobile unit

A report in the Nikkei Asian Review claimed the listing would be one of the largest IPOs for a Japanese company, bringing in as much as some 2 trillion yen (£13bn). It said Softbank plans to apply to the Tokyo Stock Exchange as early as the spring with an …
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