U.S. Senator Wants Review Of Sale Of AT&T Unit Operating In Central Europe

Senator Marco Rubio (Republican-Florida) is asking U.S. officials to review the national-security implications of AT&T's planned sale of its majority stake in Central European Media Group Enterprises (CME).

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