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7 December 2017 By Liam Proud

The telco’s share price has been held back by high investment, price wars, and the French state’s holding. But the company is ahead of rivals in laying fibre broadband and can pay bigger dividends. That will narrow the 16 percent discount at which it trades to European peers.

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