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Disruption, Leverage and MBaaS: Softbank is the Telco Platform of the Future

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What is Softbank’s strategy with its 20 billion dollar acquisition of Sprint?

As I mentioned in a previous post, there are clearly significant macroeconomic leverage points with respect to Softbank’s strategy

TREMENDOUS LEVERAGE:

  • Yen to dollar exchange rate is shockingly close to a 10-year low
  • Corporate tax rate in Japan is quite high
  • Bank of Japan prime lending rate … [visit site to read more]


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