INCLUDING - OTPP firm over BCE repricing; Indian government criticised.
CANADA - The Globe and Mail reported that the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan would not reprice its C$34.8-billion takeover of BCE Inc, despite current credit market activity prompting rumours it may do so.
The paper quoted BCE spokesman William Fox as saying: "I can categorically deny that there are any discussions under way regarding repricing."
INDIA – The Hindu newspaper has said pensioners feel the government should use fund assets for developing infrastructure instead of opting for a new pension scheme.
The paper quoted D. Gopalakrishnan, president of the Tamil Nadu BSNL Pensioners Association, saying that the Government could meet the urgent needs of the country such as drinking water, electricity and transport in both urban and rural areas with the funds.
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Former BHS chief Dominic Chappell has been accused of trying to rewrite history as he seeks to overturn a conviction for failing to hand over information to the regulator.