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08/02/2017 - 01:35 PM

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Telecom Italia's most relevant economic and financial events.

2017

FINANCIAL RESULTS & AGM

28 July - TIM: Amos Genish appointed general manager for operations
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27 July - TIM: Board of Directors approves the half-year financial report at 30 June 2017
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1 June - TIM Group: Meeting of the board of directors. Arnaud Roy de Puyfontaine appointed Executive Chairman and Giuseppe Recchi Deputy Chairman; Board organisation completed with the establishment of the Committees; Revision and voluntary extension of the procedure for performing transactions with related parties
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5 May - TIM Group: first board meeting after the renewal of the board appointed by the Shareholders’ Meeting
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4 May - TIM Shareholders' Meeting held
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3 May - TIM: Interim Report on Operations to 31 March 2017 approved by Board of Directors
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23 March - TIM: Board of Directors examines and approves the Annual Financial Report at 31 December 2016
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3 February - Telecom Italia: 2017-2019 Strategic Plan approved
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3 February - Telecom Italia: premilinary results at 31 December 2016 approved
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OTHER CORPORATE OPERATIONS

3 May – TIM: Procedure for transactions with related parties amended. The formal decision-making process on the merger of TIM Real Estate and Olivetti Multiservices has been completed
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20 February – TIM: 95% of homes covered independently with UBB by the end of 2019 No bids submitted in response to the second Infratel invitation to tender
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3 February – Strategic agreement between TIM and RAI: the TV premières of the best Italian films exclusively on TIMvision and Rai
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24 January – TIM speeds up UBB coverage in “market failure” areas
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BONDS ISSUED

12 January – Telecom Italia issued a 6 and a half year bond for 1 billion euros. The company funds at its lowest coupon ever for a Euro bond and significantly below its average cost of debt
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