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PUBLICATION DATE: December 11, 2015 PRODUCT #: 916516-HCB-ENG
NII Holdings, Inc. is a U.S. business with center of operations in Reston, Virginia, and has wireless telephony operation beneath the Nextel brand in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Peru. During 2012, as the company struggled with a transition as well as a poor competitive position to a fresh 3G platform, its operating results endured, along with numerous analysts were concerned in regards to the liquidity of the company. Against this backdrop, NII decides to refocus its operations on Brazil and Mexico.Nextel Peru Emerging Market Cost of Capital Case Solution
In April 2013, the business enters into an arrangement to sell Nextel Peru to Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones S.A. (Entel) for between $397 million and $415 million. Through using Andean Capital Advisors, and its first year associate Rafael d’Anconia, the case is intended to illustrate theories encompassing the derivation of the cost of capital in international settings. The case was made to be used in first-year MBA classes, but additionally, it may be embraced for classes focusing on international finance.